About Inside Edition

On September 14, 2015, CBS Television Distribution's INSIDE EDITION begins its 28th season as television's longest-running, top-rated and most-honored syndicated newsmagazine, building upon a successful season in which the show made headlines, received industry accolades and, once again, ranked in the top 10 first-run syndicated programs, a distinction it's held for the past 26 years. 

Anchored by veteran newswoman Deborah Norville since 1995, and backed by a dedicated staff of correspondents and producers, the daily newsmagazine has built its enduring success by presenting a compelling mix of hard-hitting investigations, exclusive newsmaker interviews and incisive human-interest stories, as well as celebrity and pop culture features.

In October 2013, INSIDE EDITION published it’s first-ever book written by Norville and producer Charlie Carillo, titled “The Way We Are: Heroes, Scoundrels, and Oddballs from 25 Years of Inside Edition,” commemorating the show’s 25 years.

Norville is a two-time Emmy Award winner actively involved in all aspects of the broadcast. Working with her is an experienced team of broadcast journalists, overseen by Executive Producer Charles Lachman, with Co-Executive Producer Esther Pessin, Senior Producer Brian Hendel, and Senior Investigative Producer and Managing Editor Bob Read.

Norville has reported from Boston in the wake of the Marathon. She took the program to Newtown, Conn., in the wake of the shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School and reported from the 2012 Democratic National Convention where she interviewed First Lady Michelle Obama. 

One of INSIDE EDITION’s Inside Edition's best-known elements is its award-winning Investigative Unit, headed by Senior Investigative Producer Bob Read. Their work combines extensive research and surveillance, as well as hard-hitting interviews. INSIDE EDITION  won Clarion Awards in 2015 for its report on “Cat Calls” and in 2014 for its report on “Justice for Baby Alissa,” the program’s investigation of the brutal death of a toddler which prompted authorities to re-examine the case and make an arrest

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