Page Six – Gayle King has signed a $16.5 million deal to remain co-host of “CBS This Morning” for another three years, Page Six can exclusively reveal.
King has agreed to a three-year deal at $5.5 million per year to stay in the anchor chair with Charlie Rose and Norah O’Donnell.
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