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All of the Today show hosts always look bright-eyed and bushy-tailed on TV, but don't necessarily let their pep fool you — the NBC stars wake up seriously early in order to be prepped, coiffed, and on-camera at such an early hour. At this point, they're all used to it, but man, talk about having to become a morning person! Of course, every host has their own way of doing things, but one thing they all seem to have in common besides the ungodly hour they wake up is needing a little time to do some research or set the tone of their day before heading to the office each morning. Oh, and "snooze button" is not part of their vernacular. Scroll down to learn more about the Today stars' daily routines! Each Today show host wakes up at a slightly different time, but again, they're all up and at 'em before most people have even contemplated turning on their coffee machine.
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For a majority of hopeful inventors the pursuit of national platforms to showcase their products is often challenged by the high barrier to entry. The exorbitant cost of television advertising can cost companies hundreds-0of-thousands of dollars, making it prohibitively expensive to place your product in front of millions of viewers. One product scout is changing the game for independent inventors seeking a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to showcase their products on a national network. Steve Greenberg, author of Gadget Nation , is bringing national exposure to cool gadgets that he scouts through leads from trade shows, Twitter, and Facebook. The show has currently posted the most year-to-year growth of any morning or daytime program, up 8 percent in total viewers and 14 percent in the key demographic of adults 25 to