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  Jane Pauley - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Margaret Jane Pauley (born October 31, 1950, in Indianapolis) is an American television news anchor and journalist.
In 1989, Pauley was abruptly replaced with Deborah Norville in a highly publicized incident that led to accusations of ageism from Pauley, as she was 39 at the time and Norville was only 30.
Pauley is known for revealing very little, if anything at all, on her private life, so the recent revelation came as a surprise to much of America.
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 Jane Pauley - Encyclopedia.WorldSearch   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Margaret Jane Pauley (born October 31, 1950, in Indianapolis) is an American television news anchor and journalist, most known for her stint as co-host of The Today Show, from 1976 to 1989.
While not the first female anchor of the show, she became a symbol for professional women, more specifically female journalists, in the 1980s.
In 2004, she returned to television in The Jane Pauley Show, a syndicated chat show.
encyclopedia.worldsearch.com /jane_pauley.htm   (285 words)

 Jane Pauley -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
In 1989, Pauley was abruptly replaced with (Click link for more info and facts about Deborah Norville) Deborah Norville in a highly-publicized incident that led to accusations of (Discrimination against middle-aged and elderly people) ageism from Pauley, as she was thirty-nine at the time and Norville was only thirty.
Pauley is known for revealing very little, if anything at all, on her private life, so the recent revelation came as a surprise to much of (North and South America) America.
Pauley is married to cartoonist (Click link for more info and facts about Garry Trudeau) Garry Trudeau and they have three children.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/j/ja/jane_pauley.htm   (290 words)

 Boston.com / A&E / Books / Up close with Jane Pauley, but not too close
On the cover of her new book, "Skywriting: A Life Out of the Blue," Jane Pauley radiates confidence, cheeriness, and graciousness, the hallmarks of her TV news career as host of shows such as "Today" and "Dateline" on NBC for 27 years.
Pauley begins by talking about the book's title, what she refers to as her own mirror to reflect on herself through words, "an accumulation of moments of clarity in which I finally saw what had been in plain sight all along."
But Pauley didn't feel that she belonged in the big leagues of TV journalism and didn't understand her meteoric rise in a field that included few women.
www.boston.com /ae/books/articles/2004/12/01/up_close_with_jane_pauley_but_not_too_close   (829 words)

 The Jane Pauley Show - Encyclopedia.WorldSearch   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The Jane Pauley Show is a syndicated talk show hosted by veteran journalist Jane Pauley.
Pauley and other people involved with the show, before its premiere, were not aware of how she could adapt to the medium.
Pauley has shown that she can handle serious interviews (from her experience on Today and Dateline NBC), but it was not immediately evident if she could hold her own in a medium which is heavily laden with impersonality.
encyclopedia.worldsearch.com /the_jane_pauley_show.htm   (101 words)

 The Jane Pauley Show on WCHS-TV8
Now, as title host of "The Jane Pauley Show," the 53-year-old legendary broadcaster will draw on her experiences as a wife and mother as well as her TV background to bring a new voice to daytime talk.
Pauley's popularity is so universal that her new daytime talk show has been pegged by the TV press as one of the "most anticipated new daytime talk shows" of the 2004 TV season.
Pauley wrapped her 11th season as co-anchor of "Dateline NBC" in May 2003, ending her run with a 2003 primetime special, "Jane Pauley: Signing Off." The special attracted more than 10 million viewers, including "Dateline's" biggest audience of 18-49 year-olds since Pauley's exclusive interview with Madonna.
www.wchstv.com /synd_prog/janepauley/janepauley.shtml   (1042 words)

 Jane Pauley   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Jane Pauley (born October 31, 1950, in Indianapolis) is an American television news anchor and journalist.
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That Pauley can capitalize on the smarts that come with age is a relatively new phenomenon in the once wrinkle-free zone of television; being a grown-up woman is no longer a career-buster in TV news.
Pauley fondly describes her late father, who worked for an evaporated-milk company, as a Jimmy Stewart type, a warm, no-nonsense dad who raised Pauley and her older sister, Ann, now a Westinghouse executive, "to mistrust the good stuff and be always prepared for misfortune that might be around the corner.''
Pauley insists she "never'' helps her husband with his strips, doesn't read them daily, and "zero'' of Pauley or their kids is reflected in his characters.
www.usaweekend.com /97_issues/971026/971026cov_jane_pauley.html   (1521 words)

 Pauley, Jane
Jane Pauley is best known as long-time morning broadcaster for NBC's Today Show, an NBC news reporter, and, most recently, as a co-host for NBC's popular news magazine, Dateline.
Competing with well-known reporters Linda Ellerbee and Betty Rolin, Pauley was chosen for the position, shocking the industry and disappointing critics who found her too cheery, young and pretty.
Nevertheless, Pauley continues to be framed by the mass media and NBC as the maternal, baby-boom, career heroine of TV news fame.
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 Zap2it - TV news - Jane Pauley Leaving NBC   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Pauley joined NBC in 1976 as a host of "Today" and immediately came under scrutiny because of her youth -- she was only 25 at the time.
Pauley, who says she was concerned about how her job was affecting her family life, asked to be released from her contract.
Pauley says she'll use her time off to finish writing a book, and will likely return to TV sometime in the future.
tv.zap2it.com /tveditorial/tve_main/1,1002,271|80240|1|,00.html   (293 words)

 KSL News: Nadine Wimmer Interviews Jane Pauley
Jane Pauley was pretty candid about some of the trials and lessons she's gone through in recent years.
NBC's Jane Pauley arrived at a turning point at age 51 with her twins in college and having lost both parents.
Jane Pauley: “All of those factors conspire to remind you, you are in a different place.
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 CNN.com - Jane Pauley leaving NBC after 27 years - Feb. 20, 2003
Jane Pauley, the co-anchor of "Dateline NBC," will be leaving NBC in June after 27 years with the network.
Pauley, 52, decided not to renew her contract, opting instead to begin the next phase of her career, said Ann Curry, a co-anchor on the "Today" show.
Pauley, who was removed from "Today" in 1989 and replaced by Deborah Norville in a move that backfired on NBC, co-anchors "Dateline NBC" with Stone Phillips.
www.cnn.com /2003/SHOWBIZ/TV/02/20/pauley.nbc.ap/index.html   (263 words)

 USATODAY.com - Just Jane: Pauley gets personal   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Jane Pauley, an NBC News staple for decades, realizes she'll have to let her guard down in order for her new talk show to succeed.
Pauley's career has been a steady progression through the NBC hallways, a reflection of her steady Midwestern professionalism.
Viewers rallied behind her, and Pauley was given her own newsmagazine show and a series of prime-time specials, but it really took until 1992 and Dateline for her to hit her stride again.
www.usatoday.com /life/television/news/2004-08-18-pauley_x.htm   (1543 words)

 WNDU-TV: Story: Jane Pauley, from Dateline to daytime - August 29, 2004   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Pauley, in fact, despite her past involvement with harder news, insists that this show is better suited for the person she has become.
Pauley explains what she means with an anecdote of her Fourth of July this year.
Pauley talked also about how her Hoosier roots have stayed with her as a person, and will inevitably affect her show, acknowledging, “I think they're huge.
www.wndu.com /news/082004/news_37128.php?PRINT_VERSION=1   (706 words)

 The Jane Pauley Show on WCHS-TV8
With all of her guests, Pauley seeks to create an environment in which everyone is transformed during the hour.
Joining Pauley and her executive producer, Michael Weisman, is an award-winning production team hailing from all areas of the television business, including news, sports and talk.
Pauley is involved in the creative process of the show from the inception of each show idea to its eventual air.
www.wchstv.com /synd_prog/janepauley   (423 words)

 Jane Pauley calling it quits after 27 years with NBC
Pauley stunned NBC's management with her decision to turn down an offer to renew her current contract and move on to the next phase in her career.
Pauley's departure comes at a time when "Dateline," which is broadcast three times a week, has lost the ratings dominance it enjoyed several years ago.
Pauley, who took a six-month sabbatical last spring and summer, said she had been thinking about walking away from NBC News for more than a year, especially after sending her twins off to college.
www.sfgate.com /cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/c/a/2003/02/20/MN4179.DTL   (310 words)

 Encyclopedia: Jane Pauley   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Jane Pauley, in a fair use computer shot from www.
The Jane Pauley Show is a syndicated talk show packaged by NBC Universal, hosted by veteran journalist Jane Pauley.
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www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Jane-Pauley   (693 words)

 Floridian: Jane Pauley heads class of new syndicated shows
To hear former Today and Dateline NBC host Jane Pauley's tale, the decision to star in this season's most anticipated syndicated talk show was surprisingly simple.
As she promotes the book and her new show, Pauley has slipped easily into the land of Oprah-style confessional, revealing personal details she once worked hard to keep confidential.
Pauley joins a short list of celebrities this year fronting new syndicated TV series - shows sold individually to TV stations across the country - that includes actor Tony Danza, pundit Larry Elders and self-help guru Pat Croce.
www.sptimes.com /2004/08/29/news_pf/Floridian/Jane_Pauley_heads_cla.shtml   (398 words)

 'Skywriting' by Jane Pauley   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
In her new memoirs, Jane Pauley acknowledges that when she left the NBC newsmagazine show "Dateline," she enjoyed far more praise for her conduct than for her work.
Pauley is being modest, but she's also not one of the greatest gossips of our time either.
You have to admire Pauley's unwillingness to be sacrificed on the altar of celebrity worship.
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 WNDU-TV: Story: Jane Pauley tells all! - November 12, 1999   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
For Jane Pauley, her start was in the Hoosier state in the early 70's.
Pauley attributes her success in part to a feeling of constancy “because I never had some great arcing view of someday ‘Jane, your name is going to be in lights.’” Her wicked sense of humor also plays a role in keeping things in perspective for one of the most recognizable faces in TV news.
“Jane had decided, unknowingly to me, that she was intrigued by TV news and was thinking about trying to approach this as a career,” said Giles.
www.wndu.com /news/111999/news_748.php   (580 words)

 Pauley: ‘I was suffering from bipolar disorder’ - Today - MSNBC.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Since she was 25-years-old, Jane Pauley has been a part of the NBC television family.
Pauley: “The diagnosis was a shock and a relief.
The condition is classified as bipolar three, which surfaced in Jane due to a combination of anti-depressants and steroids she had been taking for a case of hives.
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 NBC10.com - HealthWatch - Jane Pauley Reveals Bipolar Disorder
Former NBC network news magazine anchor Jane Pauley reveals in her autobiography and in a forthcoming interview with Stone Phillips on "Dateline NBC" that she's bipolar.
Pauley said she spent nearly three weeks in the hospital under an assumed name.
Pauley said her moods swung dangerously, something known as the bungee-cord effect.
www.nbc10.com /health/3667784/detail.html   (314 words)

 Jane Pauley   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Jane was born in Indianapolis, Indiana in October 1950.
Jane did a great job and soon was working as co-anchor of the news show at WMAQ-TV in Chicago.
Jane got her big break in 1976 when she was chosen to be the co-anchor of the Today Show in New York.
www.pocanticohills.org /womenenc/pauley.htm   (139 words)

 Jane Pauley Talks Daytime - Jun 12, 2003 - E! Online News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Pauley, however, was careful not to use the word "retirement" when she announced she was leaving Dateline and the Peacock network--where she first found fame as cohost of Today.
NBC blew hot and cold towards Pauley over the 27 years she was with the network.
Pauley sees her show, which will be taped before a live audience at Rockefeller Center in New York, having outreach to women of her own age.
www.eonline.com /News/Items/0,1,11974,00.html   (639 words)

 Jane Pauley Discloses Bipolar Disorder
But in the spring of 2001, Pauley writes, she spent three weeks in a New York psychiatric hospital.
Pauley writes that her bipolar diagnosis came a year after treatment for a bad case of hives.
After her first steroid treatment, Pauley says she was "revved." But a second treatment left her depressed.
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 The New York Times > Arts > Television > TV Review | 'The Jane Pauley Show': Taking On Hard Life Instead of ...
Pauley talks - to the camera - about the joys of being surrounded by real people ("Having a studio audience is living proof that I am not alone"), she never actually connects with the women seated behind her.
Pauley has helped the marketing effort by tying the publication of her autobiography, "Skywriting: A Life Out of the Blue" (Random House), to the debut of her talk show.
Pauley for all her friendliness and charm, still has some of a news anchor's stilted self-consciousness.
www.nytimes.com /2004/08/31/arts/television/31stan.html?ex=1251691200&en=36d35b8788beac34&ei=5090&partner=rssuserland   (988 words)

 The Jane Pauley Show   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Jane Pauley turns on the charm for her new daytime talk show.
On Monday, they included Pauley's best friend, her older sister and a woman with Lou Gehrig's disease trying to document her life for her young son before she succumbs to the illness.
Pauley said celebrities won't play a big part in her show but apparently disease will.
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 Jane Pauley gets ready for her closeup - DAYTIME AND TALK SHOWS - MSNBC.com
Bebeto Matthews / AP Jane Pauley pauses during the taping of "The Jane Pauley Show," her new syndicated show at NBC studios in New York, Wednesday.
Pre-show questions to Pauley and her sister, Ann, who was also a guest, were framed skillfully to elicit interesting answers.
Ann Pauley was a successful president of a high-tech firm based in Pittsburgh and, like Jane, was wondering if there was something else she wanted to do before reaching retirement age.
www.msnbc.msn.com /id/5790473   (988 words)

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