CBS News president leaving role ahead of the 2024 election

CBS News president leaving role ahead of the 2024 election


CBS News President Ingrid Ciprian-Matthews is leaving her position at the top of the organization, less than one year after she assumed the role.

The move by Ciprian-Matthews, who has already worked for CBS News for some time, was announced to her staffers on Wednesday morning. She will instead take on a senior advisor role with the network as part of its 2024 presidential election coverage before leaving the company altogether.

“We all know our industry and company are going through a transformation and a number of short- and long-term decisions need to be made,” Ciprian-Matthews wrote in a memo. “I do not want to be disingenuous with any of you about who should drive these decisions. I’ve always leaned into my integrity and my

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