Former "Today" anchor Matt Lauer had a brief stint at Channel 10 years before he became a national morning news figure.
NBC News announced Wednesday that it fired the longtime "Today" show anchor after a colleague made a complaint alleging "inappropriate sexual behavior." Lauer had served 21 years co-anchoring "Today."
In late 1987, Lauer, then 29, became host of "Live on City Line," a show that aired weekdays from 5 to 5:30 p.m. on Channel 10, then a CBS-owned station, until early 1988.
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Matt teamed with Sheela Allen-Stephens for the show, which featured live interviews and entertainment segments.
Later, Lauer often sent on-air well wishes to former WCAU colleagues who retired and sent his condolences when Allen-Stephens died.