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After months on nonstop speculation about a possible "Today" show exit, Meredith Vieira has stepped forward to address the rumors surrounding her anchor desk exit.
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Finally putting an end to months of nonstop speculation, Katie Couric has just revealed that she is in fact leaving the anchor desk at "CBS Evening News."
While her departure has been rumored for awhile now, breaking reports tell that Katie Couric is prepping to announce plans to to leave "CBS Evening News" sometime this week.
Having been anchoring the nightly program for the past five years, it's expected that Miss Couric will move on to her own syndicated show.
She’s on a promotional tour for her new book “The Best Advice I Ever Got,” and this morning (April 13) Katie Couric got back to her roots.
The “CBS Evening News” star chatted with her former co-anchor Matt Lauer on the “Today” show, admitting it was “weird” to be back.
Stepping out with her significant other by her side, Katie Couric was spotted leaving her New York City apartment earlier today (April 12).
The 53-year-old, who just released her new book "The Best Advice I Ever Got," was all smiles during the casual Big Apple outing while wearing a white sweatshirt and blue jeans.
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She has a new book coming out this week, and Katie Couric knows just how to promote it- she’ll return to her “Today” show roots!
The “CBS Evening News” star will re-team with her former colleague Matt Lauer to talk about “The Best Advice I Ever Got: Lessons From Extraordinary Lives,” due out tomorrow.
Following exit rumors of other highly-successful news media and well-over a decade at the anchor desk, Matt Lauer will reportedly resign from the "Today" show at the end of the year.
A source revealed the details to ET, saying Matt has already notified his NBC bosses that he won't be renewing his contract after it's December 31, 2010 expiration.
She recently announced that she’ll be leaving her anchor gig at “CBS Evening News,” and Katie Couric's successor has already been chosen.
According to FOX News, CBS News Chairman Jeff Fager has hand selected Scott Pelley to take over when Couric flies the coup.
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