Jun 20, 2012 10:43 PM EDT
Ann Curry may exit 'Today' show, according to a report Wednesday.
The veteran reporter who has worked on "Today" for 14 years, began to discuss her exit with NBC executives several weeks ago, according to the New York Times citing sources familiar with the negotiations.
The person spoke anonymously because the negotiations are confidential.
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"They feel real pressure to get it done by the Olympics,” an insider told the Times, referring to the process to replace the co-host.
Savannah Guthrie is most likely to replace her, according to several reports.
The "Today" show ranks No. 1 in the morning television ratings, but this spring, its biggest competitor "Good Morning America," beat it for several weeks.
Curry has been co-anchor of Today since June 2011. She joined the show as news anchor in March of 1997 until June 2011 and the anchor of "Dateline NBC" from May 2005 until September 2011.
Her expertise is in global humanitarian reporting. She has earned five Emmy Awards.
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