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Hoda Kotb was ready to become a mom.
The Today co-anchor announced she adopted a daughter, Haley Joy, on Tuesday morning and her co-host, Matt Lauer, pointed out on-air all the adorable ways Kotb hinted at this huge change in her life.
“And suddenly you just know it’s time to start something new and trust the magic of beginnings," she shared on Instagram last week, along with a series of inspirational quotes following it.
“If not now…then when?” another read.
“For all the things my hands have held the best by far is you,” one sweet post on Friday said.
Kotb is known to traditionally post quotes on her social account but her latest, as Lauer said, appeared as though she was “trying to tell us something.”
Kotb then spoke to the morning show team via the »
Nowave was created by Bérangère Dastarac 18 months ago with the idea to showcase non-mainstream auteur films, genre movies and shorts, many of which have played festivals and have not been released in theaters.
“We’re aiming to give more visibility to great films that have gone unnoticed because they got lost in the flood of theatrical releases,” said Dastarac, who added that the service’s model was particularly attractif to right-holders as it offers a 50/50 revenue sharing.
Dastarac, who produced several films including “Winter of Discontent” and “Sing Freedom,” has enlisted several industry players and journalists to curate selection of films by theme in order to maximize content editorialization and attract younger audiences, particularly millennials.
For instance, Nowave just featured a curation focusing on Pinku movies, »
- Elsa Keslassy
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