CNN's Senior White House correspondent Ed Henry is leaving the network to take a job at Fox News.
Henry discussed the move in an email to his CNN colleagues, writing, "After seven years at CNN, it is bittersweet for me to say I’ve landed a terrific opportunity elsewhere that I am absolutely thrilled about."
According to Deadline.com, which broke the story, Henry will take over as chief White House correspondent at Fox, replacing correspondents Mike Emanuel and Wendell Goler—both of whom are being promoted.
Henry is the second big-name reporter to leave CNN for Fox News this year. Former American Morning host John Roberts made the jump this past January. "We thank Ed for his contributions and wish him the best," a CNN spokesperson wrote in a statement about the move. "We will be naming our new chief White House correspondent in the coming days."