Deborah Norville is star of the show Inside Edition, which she is so committed to that she broadcasted from her hospital bed after having her third child.
As a television journalist, Deborah's job reporting the events that make headlines is sometimes a challenging prospect. But it was when she became the day's headlines that she faced her greatest challenge yet. A major market television reporter before she was even a college graduate, she quickly rose from reporter and anchor in Atlanta and then Chicago, to anchor of NBC's News at Sunrise and later co-host of NBC's Today program. Within weeks of joining Today, she went from being "the network's fastest rising star" to a pariah in the press which wrongly speculated she was behind her predecessor's ouster. She left Today and television, her professional reputation in tatters, her self-esteem nonexistent. But Deborah Norville got back on track, a journey which took her from the depths of depression to the anchor seat on the nation's top rated syndicated newsmagazine. She shares her secrets for refocusing and redirecting one's life in her book Back on Track: How to Straighten Out Your Life When It Throws You a Curve.