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2006-04-05 20:20:33

By Paul J. Gough NEW YORK (Hollywood Reporter) - Now that Katie Couric has announced her historic decision to join CBS News, NBC is faced with a big decision of its own: how to chart the future of "Today." Despite reports that a deal with "The View" co-host (and former CBS News veteran) Meredith Vieira was imminent, NBC News executives stressed that they weren't going to make an announcement about a co-host Wednesday. Nor would they talk about the future of "Today" publicly,...

2006-04-05 14:01:28

By Daniel Trotta NEW YORK (Reuters) - "Today" show host Katie Couric announced her departure from NBC on Wednesday to join rival CBS News and become the first sole woman anchor of a major U.S. network evening newscast. Couric, 49, told her "Today" audience she was leaving at the end of May, after 15 years in which she helped win the morning ratings war and generate about $600 million in revenue annually for NBC, a unit of General Electric Co.. She is one of the highest-paid figures...

2006-04-05 09:11:10

By Daniel Trotta NEW YORK (Reuters) - "Today" show host Katie Couric announced her departure from NBC on Wednesday to join rival CBS, where she was to become the first sole woman anchor of a major U.S. network evening newscast. Couric told her "Today" audience she was leaving at the end of May after 15 years, longer than any other anchor of the 54-year-old morning show, to join the CBS "Evening News" and "60 Minutes." CBS News said in an article on its Web site Couric would anchor...

2006-04-05 09:08:23

By Daniel Trotta NEW YORK (Reuters) - "Today" show host Katie Couric announced her departure from NBC on Wednesday to join rival CBS, where she was to become the first sole woman anchor of a major U.S. network evening newscast. Couric told her "Today" audience she was leaving at the end of May after 15 years, longer than any other anchor of the 54-year-old morning show, to join the CBS "Evening News" and "60 Minutes." CBS News said in an article on its Web site Couric would anchor...

2006-04-05 09:06:13

By Daniel Trotta NEW YORK (Reuters) - "Today" show host Katie Couric announced her departure from NBC on Wednesday to join rival CBS, where she was to become the first sole woman anchor of a major U.S. network evening newscast. Couric told her "Today" audience she was leaving at the end of May after 15 years, longer than any other anchor of the 54-year-old morning show, to join the CBS "Evening News" and "60 Minutes." CBS News said in an article on its Web site Couric would anchor...

2006-04-05 07:45:10

NEW YORK (Reuters) - "Today" show host Katie Couric announced her departure from NBC on Wednesday to join rival CBS, where she was expected to become the first sole woman anchor of a major U.S. network evening newscast. Couric told her "Today" audience she was leaving at the end of May after 15 years as host, longer than any other anchor of the morning show, to join the CBS "Evening News" and "60 Minutes." Couric is one of the most highly paid figures in U.S. television, signing a 4...

2006-04-05 06:53:37

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Katie Couric announced her departure from NBC's "Today" show on Wednesday and said she would join rival CBS. Couric announced she was leaving the show at the end of May after serving 15 years as host, longer than any other anchor of the morning show. Couric said she would join the CBS "Evening News" and "60 Minutes."

2006-04-05 06:51:16

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Katie Couric announced her departure from NBC's "Today" show on Wednesday and said she would join rival CBS. Couric announced she was leaving the show at the end of May after serving 15 years as host, longer than any other anchor of the morning show. Couric said she would join the CBS "Evening News" and "60 Minutes."

2006-04-05 06:50:19

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Katie Couric announced her departure from NBC's "Today" show on Wednesday and said she would join rival CBS. Couric announced she was leaving the show at the end of May after serving 15 years as host, longer than any other anchor of the morning show. Couric said she would join the CBS "Evening News" and "60 Minutes."

2006-04-05 03:22:03

By Steve Gorman LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Katie Couric is expected to announce her departure from NBC's "Today" show on Wednesday, paving the way for her to join rival CBS and become the first woman sole anchor of a major U.S. network evening newscast, people close to the situation said. The sources, speaking on condition of anonymity, said on Tuesday Couric would announce her departure from NBC during a "Today" show broadcast marking her 15th anniversary as co-host of America's No. 1...