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Robin Roberts Signs Lucrative New ABC Contract: Page Six

NEW YORK, NY - AUGUST 26:  TV personality Robin Roberts attends the 13th Annual USTA Serves Opening Night Gala at USTA Billie
NEW YORK, NY - AUGUST 26: TV personality Robin Roberts attends the 13th Annual USTA Serves Opening Night Gala at USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center on August 26, 2013 in New York City. (Photo by Robin Marchant/Getty Images)

Robin Roberts has reportedly signed a new deal with ABC News, the New York Post reported Thursday.

Sources told the Post that the "Good Morning America" co-host closed on a new long-term deal worth anywhere between just shy of $10 million and $14 million.

Reports that ABC News has re-upped with Roberts come as little surprise. With her as co-host, the show de-throned "Today" as the country's number one morning show last year. ("Today" has been gaining some ground, though, halving the crucial ratings gap between the two shows in the A25-54 demo over the last year.)

She is widely popular with audiences and, just as importantly, has gone through the fire alongside ABC over her health. The host was diagnosed with MDS and underwent a bone marrow transplant last year. "GMA" followed her treatment and subsequent recovery closely until her return to the anchor desk in February.

While she is not going anywhere, the "GMA team" did experience one big shakeup recently when meteorologist Sam Champion left for the Weather Channel.

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