Roger Ebert announced on March 24, 2010 he is "deeply involved" in talks to produce a new movie review program called Roger Ebert presents At the Movies, which will make use of the "Thumbs Up/Thumbs Down" recommendation he and Siskel introduced. WTTW in Chicago, where Siskel and Ebert had their start, picked up the show, and will nationally syndicate it on PBS member stations beginning in January 2011. The principal co-hosts of the show will be Christy Lemire of the Associated Press and Elvis Mitchell from National Public Radio. Also, Ebert announced that regular contributors and occasional co-hosts will be Kim Morgan and Omar Moore who are both respected and popular film bloggers. Ebert himself will host a segment called "Roger's Office", in which he will use a computer voice to review movies or to talk about the industry; however, he will refrain from debating the hosts or using the "Thumbs Up/Thumbs Down" method himself, citing that "you can't have three Thumbs."