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Good Day NY 25th anniversary

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NEW YORK (MYFOXNY) -

It's a celebration! Good Day NY is 25 years young.

The party got started on Thursday with a look down memory lane:

  • The show was launched on August 1, 1988.
  • The initial hosts were Marian Etoile Watson and Bob Fitzsimmons.
  • A few months later Jim Ryan took over.

 

    Some other people who have worked the show before the current team of Greg Kelly and Rosanna Scotto:

    Lyn Brown, Jodie Applegate, Ron Corning, Chris Gailus, Lucy Noland, Lynne White, Gordon Elliot, Penny Crone, Dave Price, Dick Oliver and Maria Genero.

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