Many have gotten used to Ann Curry appearing on their television screens every morning. But that’s all set to change, according to reports.
Curry became Matt Lauer’s co-host of the “Today” show last year. She has been with the show for 15 years, but that didn’t help the show’s ratings. This spring, ABC’s “Good Morning America” beat out “Today” in the ratings for the first time in decades.
Curry told Ladies’ Home Journal that the announcement had her questioning her competence.
“It’s hard not to take it personally,” she told the magazine, “You worry, Am I not good enough? Am I not what people need? Am I asking the right questions?”
Apparently, NBC News was asking the same questions.
The company discussed finding a replacement for Curry earlier this week, according to the New York Times.