Willard Scott Announces Retirement, Will Leave the Today Show After 35 Years

11 Dec 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Willard Scott To Retire From ‘Today’.

Scott had worked his way up at the Peacock network after starting as a page in 1950 at WRC-AM, NBC’s owned-and-operated radio station in Washington, D.C.

Bush’s inauguration in 1989 aired today. “Barbara Bush singled him out,” Today co-anchor Matt Lauer said. “A member of the first family chose to single out America’s weatherman. And I remember smiling from ear to ear for Willard at that moment.” Scott has been in television since the 1950s, beginning at NBC’s Washington DC affiliate WRC-TV.

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