News Release
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News Release
News Release
February 15, 2007
Dennis Wharton

Inside Edition's Deborah Norville Returns As Emcee For 2007 Service to America Awards

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Deborah Norville, host of the nation's longest-running syndicated newsmagazine Inside Edition, will serve as master of ceremonies for the NAB Education Foundation's ninth annual Service to America Gala June 11 at the National Building Museum in Washington, DC. The celebration recognizes outstanding community service by local broadcasters and other leading citizens.

As one of the most recognizable personalities on television today, Norville is a two-time Emmy Award winner. The veteran newswoman joined Inside Edition from CBS News, where she anchored America Tonight and also reported for 48 Hours, Street Stories and CBS Evening News. Before that she was co-anchor for NBC's The Today Show, having joined NBC as anchor of NBC News at Sunrise. Norville began her career in journalism as a student at the University of Georgia, starting as a reporter and later going on to anchor WAGA-TV in Atlanta.

About the Service to America Awards
The Service to America Awards are presented by NABEF with major support from Bonneville International Corporation and the National Association of Broadcasters. This year's Leadership Award winner is legendary rock superstar Sir Elton John, for his extraordinary humanitarian efforts in the global fight against HIV/AIDS. Awards will also be presented to local radio and television broadcasters across the nation for outstanding service to their communities. In recent years, NABEF has recognized former President Bill Clinton, Her Majesty Queen Noor of Jordan, First Lady Laura Bush, former President Jimmy Carter and First Lady Rosalyn Carter, former First Lady Nancy Reagan, boxing legend Muhammad Ali and former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani. Details about the Service to America Awards are available at

About Bonneville International Corp.
Founded in 1964, Bonneville International Corporation owns and operates 32 radio stations in the Chicago, Washington, D.C., Seattle, Phoenix, St. Louis, Cincinnati, and Salt Lake City markets, as well as KSL-TV (NBC affiliate) in Salt Lake City. Bonneville's motto is "Do good, do well, make a difference, and have fun." In addition to competing aggressively in major-market broadcasting by structuring its business model on the three principles of building its people, making a difference in the community, and meeting aggressive financial goals, Bonneville has a tradition of award-winning commitment to the communities it serves.

The NAB Education Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to serving the public interest in supporting and advocating: education and training programs, strategies to increase diversity, initiatives stressing the importance of the First Amendment, community service, philanthropy and timely broadcasting issues.

About NAB
The National Association of Broadcasters is a trade association that advocates on behalf of more than 8,300 free, local radio and television stations and also broadcast networks before Congress, the Federal Communications Commission and the Courts. Information about NAB can be found at