NEW YORK (AP) — Ann Curry is stilling working at NBC's "Today" show, even as the network maintains its silence on reports that she's about to be replaced.
Curry was in her familiar co-host role with Matt Lauer on Friday, helping introduce musician Kenny Chesney for a performance outside the show's Rockefeller Center studio.
NBC is reportedly discussing a plan to remove her as co-host a year after she replaced Meredith Vieira. After 16 years of unquestioned dominance in the morning, "Today" is in a tough fight with ABC's "Good Morning America."
On Thursday, Curry had one apparently unintentional indignity piled on: At one point as her picture filled the screen, a graphic beneath her face read: "Here Today, Gone Tomorrow."
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