Ann Curry the ex-cohost of “Today” is putting her hat in the ring to coming back to network TV.
Curry was the host of the morning by the name of “Today” in 2012, was in “Informal talks” with CBS brass to become the co-anchor of “CBS This morning”, She is much interested to host “CBS Evening News” or joining “60 Minutes” as a communicator. This information shared some authentic sources.
Reliable Sources claimed that Curry is putting her effort at the Tiffany Network as a newly structured CBS News President Susan Zirinsky considers a shake-up of the anchor at the network’s evening and morning news shows.
In this month there were major renovations and settlements, The big move the placement of the “CBS This Morning” Co-host Norah O’Donnell into Jeff Glor’s anchor chair at “CBS Evening News.”
Both shows are low in rating and have the last place in the rating list. This season to date, “CBS This Morning” is averaging 3.2 million total viewers, compared with 4.1 million for NBC’s “Today” and 4.2 million for ABC’s “GMA.” Although Curry and representatives of CBS denied giving remarks on it.