Hoda Kotb has been officially named co-anchor of NBCs “Today” show, NPR reports. Kotb has been filling in for Matt Lauer since he was fired in November for sexual misconduct.

Kotb and her co-anchor Savannah Guthrie make up the very first all-female anchor team on “Today.”

Ratings have gone up since Kotb took over for Lauer. However, NBC sources tell Page Six she her salary is around $18 million less than Matt Lauer’s — $7 million to his $25 million.

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