GMA ABOUT TO END "TODAY'S" 16-YEAR WINNING STREAK
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NEW YORK (AP) -- It didn't happen during the week that Katie Couric hosted "Good Morning America," but it looks like GMA finally beat the "Today" show in the ratings the week after. Nielsen says early figures show more than 5 million people watched GMA last week, beating "Today" by 13,000 viewers. Final figures will be out Thursday. If they hold up, GMA will have ended today's record of being king of the morning shows for more than 16 years straight. The streak started December 4, 1995.