Welcome to Tomorrow Daily, CNET's newest show

You've been patiently waiting for CNET's next project. Now the wait pays off, with a promo for you to watch and some exciting cohost news.

Two months ago, I joined CNET TV to work on a secret project. Today, we're lifting the veil, and I couldn't be more excited to share a tiny peek at what's to come and who's joining me.

Without further ado, allow me to proudly announce CNET's newest show, Tomorrow Daily. (Seriously, just being able to write that last bit out loud to the Internet feels awesome. I've been dying to tell you about it!)

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If you're a longtime CNET reader, you might recognize CNET alumnus (and current KTLA Los Angeles tech expert) Rich DeMuro in our first promo. He'll be my co-host and co-pilot as we navigate the wacky, wonderful world of technology.

This is the first of three promo videos -- a fun first glimpse at the tone of the show -- and I'll be updating this post with two more videos as we count down to the show's official launch date. I'll have another for you next week!

We can't wait to talk tech with you. Let's do this!

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