In a major move, ABC News White House Chief Correspondent Cecilia Vega is leaving the network to join CBS News , she will be at the meeting minutes .
Vega is a veteran TV anchor and reporter, having previously hosted such events as Shows like Good Morning America and ABC’s Weekend Edition World News Tonight . She will begin reporting for CBS in the spring and will continue to be based in Washington DC
now 55 )th season , Minutes is the most watched news program on TV and the most watched news program One – Watching non-NFL broadcasts (although it usually benefits from NFL imports).
The show’s lineup of reporters includes some of the biggest names in TV news, including CBS Nightly News
anchor Norah O’Donnell, former CBS Nightly News anchor Scott Pelley, CNN anchor Anderson Cooper, Jon Wertheim, Sharyn Alfonsi and TV legend Lesley Stahl and Bill Whitaker.
Vega joins a list of notable reporters who have joined CBS in recent months, including former Today
anchor Natalie Morales (now Correspondent and contributor to Hours)), and from Robert Costa, Elections Correspondent, The Washington Post .
“Cecilia Vega is a sensational reporter and storyteller,” 60 Minutes executive producer Bill Owens said in a statement. “I have admired her work for a long time and couldn’t be more excited to welcome her to min. Her new colleagues agree very much.”
“It’s a dream come true,” Vega added. “I’m so honored to join the ranks of this legendary show and work with some of the best reporters in journalism.” 55