Well, we know what NBC's David Gregory is doing Today.
He has a meeting scheduled with the boss.
Politico writes that NBC News President Deborah Turness is in Washington, D.C., this week and will meet with "Meet the Press" host David Gregory and executive producer Rob Yarin to discuss changes to the format of the show.
The meeting, which will take place on Today, is part of Turness's ongoing effort to improve "Meet the Press," which has suffered in recent years and came in third place behind ABC's "This Week" and CBS's "Face the Nation" last quarter.
"Yes, the president of a news division is visiting with the staff of its DC-based show. Also known as business as usual," said Meghan Pianta, an NBC News spokesperson.
Sources said that improvements to "Meet the Press" will be one of Turness's chief concerns on her two-day visit. The show's fourth-quarter ratings marked the lowest total viewers "Meet" has had in a fourth quarter since 1991. Its ratings in the coveted 25-to-54 demo were the lowest in the show's history.
Many feel that Gregory is the main reason for the show's decline.