After 25 Years at NBC News, What’s Next for Ann Curry?

The experienced journalist turns 67 on November 19. She hasn’t been in the spotlight much since leaving her job at Today in 2012 and later at NBC News in 2015.

Despite not being in the news much, she’s still working in journalism.

She was born in Guam and later moved to Oregon. She started working in TV at KTVL in 1978, then moved to KGW in Portland, and later to Los Angeles. She won two Emmy Awards during that time.

In 1990, she joined NBC News. She worked in Chicago and then became an anchor on NBC News at Sunrise. She also filled in for Matt Lauer on Today.

From 1997 to 2011, she was a news anchor on Today. She also worked on Dateline NBC and filled in on NBC Nightly News.

She left Today in 2012, which was a big and emotional moment. The reason for her leaving wasn’t clear.

She stayed with NBC News until January 2015. After that, she slowed down but still did important work.

She started her own media company, worked on PBS’s We’ll Meet Again, gave a TED Talk about journalism, and hosted TNT’s Chasing the Cure.

In 2022, she got a big award from Washington State University for her work in journalism.

Recently, she talked with Min Jin Lee, author of “Pachinko,” for PBS Arts Talk.

She doesn’t post much on social media, but she shared a photo recently with a quote about the woods being dark and deep.

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