1. Lester Holt landed himself a job in his career field in 1981.
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3. Lester Holt was promoted to become a permanent news anchor with the NBC in June 2015.
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9. Lester Holt got his first shot at the anchor desk when, in 2000, an Air France Concorde crashed after take-off near Paris.
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11. Lester Holt was so driven to get into journalism that he talked his way into an internship at Sacramento-area television station KCRA while still in high school.
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12. Lester Holt was the lead daytime anchor for Decision 2000, MSNBC's coverage of the 2000 presidential election.
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13. Lester Holt dropped out of college to work as a reporter for the CBS radio affiliate in San Francisco.
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16. Lester Holt said goodbye to Chicago in February 2016, when WNBC hired him to anchor a new 4 pm broadcast.
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19. Lester Holt appeared on the episode "Cleveland" of the NBC sitcom 30 Rock.
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21. Lester Holt spent 19 years with CBS, as a reporter, anchor, and international correspondent.
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