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Matt and Savannah! George and Robin! Charlie and Gayle! Who’s your favorite morning TV team?

Why did NBC really decide to oust Ann Curry from her chair and was Matt Lauer really at fault? Who’s ahead in the ratings, and does it matter that "GMA" is closing in on "Today" for the lead? From CBS’s switch to harder news to turmoil at "Today," there’s plenty of dirt behind the perky demeanors of the charming hosts who join you for morning coffee.

 

Did you read Stelter's 6000 word piece on this topic? Do you have any questions for him? Submit them below and they might be used on stage.

 

Watch Brian Stelter as part of 92Y American Conversation on social media's impact on the 2012 election:

Brief Bios

Brian Stelter writes for The New York Times, and is the author of Top of the Morning

Bill Carter is national media reporter at The New York Times and author of The Late Shift and The War for Late Night.

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