CBS News Senior Producer Chloe Arensberg Has Been Named NBC News Deputy Washington Bureau Chief

By A.J. Katz Comment

Washington D.C.-based CBS This Morning senior producer Chloe Arensberg is heading to NBC News to become the network’s deputy Washington bureau chief.

Vice President and NBC News Washington bureau chief Ken Strickland announced the news today.

In her role as deputy bureau chief, she will be responsible for day-to-day Washington-based editorial coverage, managing NBC News beat correspondents and producers. ¬†She’ll also work closely investigative, political and digital teams.

Arensberg joins NBC after a 17-year run at CBS News. She oversaw coverage of the White House, Congress and all government agencies during her time as the Washington based-producer on CTM.

Prior to that, she served as the CBS News’ Asia bureau chief. Previous roles at the network included White House Producer during the Obama administration, the lead producer covering Hillary Clinton‘s 2008 presidential campaign, and a go-to producer for several major national and international stories.

Arenberg’s first day at NBC is Monday, Sept. 23.

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