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She has broadcast with Bob Costas, beginning with the 2000 Summer Olympics. Couric earned US million per year while at CBS, a salary that made her the highest paid journalist in the world, a salary similar to Barbara Walters' at ABC.
Couric has interviewed many international political figures and celebrities, including presidents Gerald R. She has interviewed presidents, cabinet members, celebrities, and business executives around the world, including President Barack Obama, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Former President George W.
In a report for Today, she traced her patrilineal ancestry back to a French orphan who immigrated to the U. in the 19th century and became a broker in the cotton business.
Couric attended Arlington Public Schools: Jamestown Elementary, Williamsburg Middle School, and Yorktown High School the University of Virginia, in 1975 and was a Delta Delta Delta sorority sister.
In April 2011, she led CBS News' coverage from London for the Wedding of Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, and Catherine Middleton.
Couric was the only solo female evening news anchor in the United States, until December 21, 2009 when Diane Sawyer succeeded the retiring Charles Gibson for ABC World News.
She also reported for nearly every television news broadcast across ABC, CBS and NBC.
Couric's 2011 book, The Best Advice I Ever Got: Lessons from Extraordinary Lives, was a New York Times best-seller.
She worked for NBC News from 1989 to 2006, CBS News from 2006 to 2011, and ABC News from 2011 to 2014.During the opening ceremony she suggested, erroneously, that the Dutch use their skates as a normal mode of transportation during wintertime, prompting criticism and bemusement from the U. In 1989, Couric joined Today as national political correspondent, becoming a substitute co-host in February 1991 when Norville went on maternity leave.Norville did not return and Couric became permanent co-anchor on April 5, 1991.Couric and Sawyer were previous rivals as the hosts of Today and Good Morning America, respectively.Couric was a 60 Minutes correspondent and contributed six to eight stories a year for the program.