How do you break into the media business? There are a lot of ways, but only one carries the prestige, access and grey Brooks Brothers suit of the venerable, 78-year-old path known as The NBCUniversal Page Program.

Established in 1933, the program gives young men and women more than just their first taste of the entertainment biz –- it gives them a chance to gain incredible access and unique experiences early on in their career.

The list of those who have worn “the uniform” is long and storied, including Dave Garroway, Regis Philbin, Ted Koppel, Michael Eisner, Kate Jackson, Sara Haines, Aubrey Plaza, and even our favorite fictional Page, Kenneth Ellen Parcell. But the common thread weaving through both the famous and the humble is a drive to learn and grow that leads them to success during, and after, the tour route.

Hear more about what it takes to get into the program from the current Leader of the East Coast Pages, Natasha Haidous, and stick around for several testimonials from alumni of the past decade, Lisa Phillips, Monica Lee, Dan Linden, Ashley McCollum, and Ken Miles.

To find out more about the Page Program, and how to apply, head on over to

Stay tuned in the months ahead for more from the Pages, both new and old.