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VERY EMOTIONAL GOODBYE: Ann Curry Announces New Role At NBC News

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TODAYSHOW.COM - Ann Curry is taking on a new challenge at NBC News, she announced Thursday morning. 

"TODAY is going to be my last morning as a regular co-host of TODAY," she said. "I will still be a part of the TODAY show family, but I'm going to have a new title and a new role." 

As TODAY Anchor at Large and National and International Correspondent for NBC News, Curry will lead a new team covering stories spanning the globe. She'll anchor prime-time specials and report for TODAY, Nightly News, Rock Center, Dateline and MSNBC, and will have a major presence across all digital properties.

"We're going to go all over the world and all over this country at a time where this country and this world needs clarity," she said.

"After all these years I don't even know if I can sleep in anymore," she joked. 

Matt, Al and Natalie expressed their love.

"You have the biggest heart in the business," Matt said. "You put that on display every single day in this studio and you have for almost 20 years on this show." 

"Most importantly, you've made us better, and we thank you from the bottom of our hearts," he said. click here to read more

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