Sally Kidd, national correspondent for Hearst Television in its D.C. bureau, is moving on and beginning a new phase of her career and life. Kidd was Washington Bureau Reporter for WBAL in Baltimore, which is owned by Hearst.“
After 17 years, thousands of stories, interviews, & live shots, 100s of congressional hearings & White House briefings, 4 presidents, 2 impeachments, 1 insurrection, and a global pandemic….I am closing out this chapter with @HearstTV,” Kidd said on Twitter.
Kidd added that “You’ll still see me on Hearst stations every now & then,” and noted that she will “embark on a new adventure.”
Wendy Wilk, Hearst TV Washington bureau chief, said in a statement, “While really bittersweet for us, it’s a decision that makes sense for Sally–and, as such, we support her every step of the way as she heads in this new direction. We will miss her editorial voice, her curiosity, tenacity and unwavering dedication to the job and the responsibility we have to our stations and our viewers. We wish her all the best as she begins a new path and new phase of her career and life.”