Ann Curry is an award-winning journalist, anchor and producer. She got her start in TV back in the 1970s and has been on our screens ever since. For NBC, she reported from war zones, natural disasters, human rights’ tragedies for 25 years. Her 2012 departure from “Today” was filled with tears and rumors about what happened behind the scenes. In 2015, she left NBC and now executive producers her own shows, including her latest, Chasing the Cure, which launches August 8th on TNT and TBS.
On the Couch, we talked with Ann about how her grit helped her prove her worth to male colleagues (4:30), the promises she and her husband made to each other that helped her career (8:20), how her new live TV project wants to crowdsource cures (10:30) and why she finds it tough to talk about leaving NBC (21:00).
This episode of Skimm’d From the Couch is sponsored by AC Hotels by Marriott.
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