Matt Lauer is set for Today -- and many more tomorrows. According to a report from the New York Times, NBC extended the Today show veteran's contract for "multiple more years." (An exact length of time was not available, but the Times says it's "more than two.")
"I consider this the best job in broadcasting," Lauer said in a statement on Thursday, June 12. "I love people I work with every day and I have such respect and gratitude for the people I work for. I couldn't be happier to be staying."
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