After a successful 13-year career at NBC News, Amy Chiaro made a life-changing career move in 2008, joining the development team for a new health-focused syndicated show featuring Dr. Mehmet Oz. “The timing aligned,” she reflected. “Dr. Oz was the one guest that we could not get on the ‘Today’ show. He was on ‘Good Morning America’ at the time and on ‘Oprah,’ but we just could not get him on the show. I was always interested in working with him and was also impressed with the teams at Sony and Harpo so I decided to take the leap into daytime programming.” It was a good move. She is currently heading into her eighth season as Executive Producer of “The Dr. Oz Show.”
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