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Matt Lauer Nabs $20 Million Payday to Extend ‘Today’ Contract (Report)

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Congratulations to Today Show Host Matt Lauer! According to the New York Post, the co-host of NBC’s morning show got an offer he couldn't refuse. Lauer will reportedly continue to stay with the show banking an annual payday of $20 million well into 2018. Lauer made his debut on “Today” as co-anchor in 1997. The Post story said the new deal may have been clinched months ago, but did not specify exactly when.


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