Katie is to debut on September 10 in front of a live studio audience in New York City.
The chatshow will be directed by former Oprah Winfrey Show helmer Joe Terry and Rachael Ray's Kathy Samuels will serve as co-executive producer with Jeff Zucker.
Zucker was previously the producer for NBC's Today during Couric's tenure as anchor of the highly-rated morning show.
"Katie and I are thrilled to share these updates with our partners and Katie's fans," Zucker said in a statement. "We now have our studio, a great-looking logo that exudes all of the qualities that we want the show to convey, and a terrific team with a diverse background of experience. We couldn't be more excited about September 10. It's going to be a lot of fun."
Katie will mark Couric's return to daytime television six years after she left the format to host the CBS Evening News.
Couric's new series will air in syndication across the US, likely in the 3pm hour. She will also continue to serve as a special correspondent for ABC News.
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