"GMA" Celebrates 37 Years on the Air

The show was inducted into the Broadcasting and Cable Hall of Fame on Monday night.
3:09 | 12/18/12

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And David -- We'll be joining -- here every weekday morning was refused to comment can most of all -- try to provide you with information to -- Hey good morning good morning to all of you good morning good morning good morning good morning good morning and drink in don't -- contains Good Morning America. People wake up it's the first place they're gonna find out what happened. And the best place week where they can put it -- -- contact ABC news has learned that Osama bin Laden has been killed when his BP told you. Everyday is different two days. Our -- in the final American soldiers packing up right. Now in Iraq not Mr. President are you still opposed to same sex marriage I think. Same sex couples should be able to -- They stayed in journalism is the rough draft of history I like to think in the war writing that opening. And it is look what these people had to live through to know you have that responsibility every single morning. The -- people's deal with the news they need to know. It's one reason getting this business for six minutes a -- yesterday the market right away half a trillion dollars in wealth when you wake up in the morning. You basically want to -- your world safe the damage in this part of -- complete. What happened here in Joplin was certainly the worst Sunday -- the news isn't great and it's our job to deliver -- it really respectful and Smart turner. There is a -- sadness around the world this morning John Lennon was murdered late last night we just got a report is that there have been some type of explosion at. World Trade Center. I've had a daughter who works. In the shadow of those buildings and she said she saw the most wonderful scenes on the street people together. -- -- -- When you think about the history of the the walls separating east and west Germany is still more. From David Hartman to Joan London scared Charlie Gibson to Diane Sawyer interview part -- that teen -- Truly an honor. Trying to -- every day. Is to inform people to enlighten people to entertain people on the show starts and the fun starts from the minute. The door and they will -- job balls out. This is a movie it shouldn't be re released on dvd should be -- for -- couldn't -- there. And they don't doubt your -- let him. I'm sure it. People really feel bad you are part of the family. Great -- -- -- every day do. Good Morning America and America and other -- imagine -- morning. -- -- --

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