NEW YORK, N.Y. - Matt Lauer, a fixture on NBC's "Today" show for two decades and a co-host since 1997, will remain on the show for a few more years as it tries to recover the dominance lost to rival "Good Morning America."
The network said Friday that Lauer had agreed to a contract extension for multiple years, although it would not specify how long. Lauer's last extension was announced in 2012. Terms were not disclosed; as the longest-lasting host in the most profitable time of day for broadcast news divisions, Lauer...
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