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ABC News’ chief White House correspondent, Cecilia Vega, moves to CBS News

by | Jan 20, 2023

Cecilia Vega is leaving ABC News for CBS News and 60 Minutes, where she will be a correspondent, reports Deadline.

Vega, who has been ABC News’ chief White House correspondent, will begin reporting for 60 Minutes in the spring and will be based in Washington, D.C.

Vega said in a statement, “This is a dream come true. I am beyond honored to join the ranks of this legendary show and to work alongside the best reporters in journalism.”

After growing up in the San Francisco Bay Area, Vega moved to the nation’s capital to attend American University’s School of Communication, where she earned a degree in French and print journalism. “Her busy schedule today is reflective of her experience as a student. Cecilia remembers balancing studying, working, and interning during her time on campus. Though all of these commitments were hectic at times, Cecilia says that her hard work at AU paid off.

“Cecilia’s job in broadcast journalism came as a total accident. She started her career as a newspaper reporter and worked for publications including the San Francisco Chronicle. When the opportunity to move from print to broadcast at KGO-TV ABC7 in San Francisco presented itself, Cecilia jumped at the chance. Though she had no formal broadcast journalism training, she quickly learned the ropes,” states an AU story about Vega.

Photo: Lorenzo Bevilaqua/ABC

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  1. Joyce Clark Moore

    I sincerely think ABC needs to look closely at its ethical obligations. The spotlight is on TJ and Amy who are both separated from their spouses.
    Robin Roberts is marrying another woman. Gio and Sam Champion are married to other men. This is against everything written in our Bible. A man is to marry a woman and a woman is to marry a man. I refer you to the book of Romans.
    You have children who watch GMA with their parents.

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