Lloyd Grove reports: “Just how brutal is the television biz? As brutal as they come, judging by the career trajectory of former NBC News “rising star” Alexis Glick. Remember when the 33-year-old Glick was being touted far and wide as a possible “Today” show successor to Katie Couric? Only a year ago, she was a regular on the morning show’s 9 o’clock hour and getting, according to one report, “increasing face time.” But in March, Glick abruptly left NBC. Now, I hear, she’s talking to Fox News Channel about an off-air management position.”
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