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Katie Couric is expected to announce her exit from CBS Evening News this week, ending months of speculation, The New York Times reports.

CBS will announce her successor, who is expected to be 60 Minutes correspondent Scott Pelley, next week after Couric returns from London, where she will anchor the royal wedding this Friday, the Times says.

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Couric's contract ends June 4 and the exit plan will give the network at least a month for a transition, according to the paper.It's unclear, however, if Couric will also reveal her post-Evening News

plans this week, which have widely been reported to be a syndicated daytime talk show. As recently as April 13, Couric, who joined Evening News in 2006, told her former Today show co-anchor Matt Lauer that she was "not sure" about her future, but she discussed the advantages of a talk show.

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"I think what might appeal to me is just the creative freedom to pick subjects," she said. "To really dig deep. To have a smart, intelligent conversation. You know me, Matt. I'm like, 'whaaa.' That's the kind of person I am, so it might be nice to have a little more wiggle room for me to show my personality."