HughE Dillon One-Shot: Jane Pauley at Drexel

The famous TV anchor celebrated 60 years of the Today show.

Last night at Drexel, the Kal and Lucille Rudman Institute for Entertainment Industry Studies hosted “Drexel Celebrates 60 years of Today” with long-time host Jane Pauley (center), producer Steve Friedman (right) and TV Guide‘s Stephen Battaglio (not pictured). The event marked Kal Rudman’s (left) reunion with the legendary TV anchor and Friedman. Rudman, publisher of the Friday Morning Quarterback trade magazine, was a regular contributor to Today during the 1980s as its “Man With the Golden Ears,” picking out songs that later would become nationwide hits. Afterward, the panel signed TV Guide business editor Stephen Battaglio’s new book, From Yesterday to TODAY: Six Decades of America’s Favorite Morning Show Book.
 

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