NBC Screwed Ann Curry Again – With Lack of Olympic Coverage

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When Ann Curry was fired replaced by Savannah Guthrie on The Today Show, one of the things we heard was how she was still a part of the NBC family and we would continue to see her.  She would be handling special assignments and heading to the Olympics.

What a relief – we would still see her smiling face and sweet voice.  Not so fast. Have you seen her at the Olympics?  I know I haven’t. Maybe she’s on in the middle of the night covering the gardening competition??

We will finally see Curry as the Olympics wind down and come to a close later this week.  According to RadarOnline.com,

Ann was promised a much bigger role in covering the Olympics when she was demoted from being a co-host of the TODAY show a few months ago. The plan had been for Ann to cover the opening ceremony on the ground with Matt Lauer & Meredith Viera”

Ann was told just before the Olympics started

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3 Responses to NBC Screwed Ann Curry Again – With Lack of Olympic Coverage

  1. Ellee says:

    Can’t trust NBC. Wishing you the best, Ann Curry. Have stopped watching Today since you were kicked off. Have been wondering whether NBC has backed out of your appearing at the Olympics, too. What next?

  2. mary says:

    Ann
    Come to abc

  3. mary says:

    Dear Sweet Ann,
    I will miss you because to me you were the only sane thing left at NBC.
    I have seen you once in London. At any rate, since NBC has been clear
    without words about their intentions, I will be boycotting NBC.
    ABC certainly
    could use a wonderful person like you. George is worked to death! Josh and
    Sam are beginning to get tossed around too. You really would be an asset!
    Hope to see you on ABC. Tater

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