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It's not all Matt Lauer's fault at 'Today' show

9:24 PM, Mar. 22, 2013
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The media have been pounding on Matt Lauer - a front-page story recently in The New York Times; tabloid reports about his imminent ouster - but what's really going on with the great "Today" slump?

First, Lauer is not the reason for the collapse of "Today." Oh, sure, as the $25-million man, he must shoulder some of the blame - that's what he gets paid for. But he's not the only reason:

Ann Curry's ouster has had little to do with the decline of "Today." Of course, it was handled poorly, but not nearly as poorly as when Jane Pauley was pushed out the window for Deborah Norville in 1990. That was a ...

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