(Charles Sykes / Invision/Associated Press)
(Charles Sykes / Invision/Associated Press)

Hoda Kotb has been named co-anchor of NBC’s “Today,” taking over the chair of fired co-anchor Matt Lauer.

NBC News Chairman Andy Lack announced Monday that Kotb will team with co-anchor Savannah Guthrie for the 7 a.m.-to-9 a.m. segment of the program. It marks the first time in the 65-year history of ‘Today” that two-female co-anchors have led the program during its flagship hours.

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