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With NBC silent, Curry keeps working at 'Today'
The "Today" show had its biggest audience of the week on Thursday, just under 4.5 million, and its biggest margin of victory over "Good Morning America," according to preliminary ratings by the Nielsen Co.
Meanwhile, the Ladies' Home Journal released excerpts of an interview Curry had conducted earlier for the magazine's August cover story, where she said it was hard not to take it personally when questions about her performance surfaced during this spring's ratings competition with ABC. "Good Morning America" in April ended a "Today" winning streak in the ratings that stretched back to 1995 and has won three other weeks since.
"You worry, am I not good enough?" Curry told the magazine. "Am I not what people need? Am I asking the right questions. When people say negative things or speculate, you can't help but feel hurt."
She said she'd love to be on "Today" for 20 years. She started as a news anchor in 1997.