A NBC spokesperson, Hilary Smith, told Hollywood Reporter:
"There is no additional investigation being launched. We are very confident in the report that was conducted."
"We fired Matt Lauer within 24 hours of learning what he did, and promptly launched a corporate investigation. Based on our investigative findings, we have swiftly taken appropriate actions to address the situation and improve workplace culture. It is also worth noting that this was a corporate investigation that was conducted by an almost entirely female team, none of whom are part of the News division."
"There needs to be an outside investigation into this company. They investigated themselves. That doesn't work. This is how it's done. You get somebody who's on the outside who can be trusted. If that's true and there's nothing to hide, get an outside investigator. ... More needs to happen to get to the bottom of this."
NBC's general counsel, Kim Harris, led the in-house inquiry.