A new book reveals that Ann Curry told friends her final months at the Today show were "professional torture."
There was "a general sense of meanness" on the set of the morning show, New York Times media reporter Brian Stelter writes in his book, Top of the Morning: Inside the Cutthroat World of Morning TV, which is excerpted in New York Times Magazine.
Despite what you may have read, not everybody hates Matt Lauer.
So says Today executive producer Don Nash, who recently sat in on a focus group of female morning-show viewers. When they were asked what would make them stop watching the NBC program, "every one of them said, 'If Matt Lauer were to leave,'" Nash says. "Their opinions didn't square with what we had been reading in the papers and on websites."
It is just not Matt Lauer's week.
After days of getting bashed in the press — including talk of having Anderson Cooper replace him — the Today show anchor got an icy reception from...
Despite being given only three months to live, Valerie Harper plans to enjoy each and every day she has left.
On Jan. 15, Harper, 73, was diagnosed with...
With the Today show struggling in the ratings, co-host Matt Lauer is finally speaking out about Ann Curry's controversial departure last year.
"I don't think the show and the network handled the transition well. You don't have to be Einstein to know that," Lauer told The Daily Beast.