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"He could fight for a better deal in court but that would only result in dragging this out longer and negative headlines.
He is ready to move on with his life and truly believes that a television comeback is possible."At the time, the source also told the magazine, "Roque will receive the [family's] horse farm, their current residence and a one-time payment of million." In May 2019, CNN chief Jeff Zucker has assured CNN staffers that Lauer will not be appearing on the cable news network.
On June 20, 2019, the NBC morning show shared a celebratory video on air showing special moments from throughout the show's history to mark 25 years on the air.
While the five minute video shared a number of iconic moments from the show's run, fans were quick to point out that Lauer, who served on the show for 20 of its 25 year run, was notably missing from the clips.
In fact, according to Marketing Evaluations, Inc., her popularity score more than doubles Lauer’s last score among older women.
NBCUniversal CEO Steve Burke briefly touched on the situation with Lauer in an interview with Variety in early 2019.
Zucker previously served as an executive at NBC, including a stint as executive producer on the show while Lauer was at the helm, and the two are said to have remained friends even after parting ways professionally.
The show's ability to maintain its audience is attributed in part to its long track record—'s audience.
Opinions were divided on whether or not Lauer deserved to be in the anniversary video.
While some felt that Lauer's behavior should disqualify him from being publicly acknowledged—"Thank you for not including Matt Lauer you did the right thing," one Twitter user wrote—others felt that despite the allegations his long service on the show should not have been glossed over.
Indeed, according to numbers obtained from the Nielsen company by USA Today, the NBC morning show averaged 4 million viewers each morning in late 2018, just 3 percent lower than its ratings before Lauer’s exit.
By comparison, CBS , which lost anchor Charlie Rose around the same time as Lauer under another sexual misconduct scandal, is reportedly down 10 percent over the same time period.