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CBS News exec Ingrid Ciprian-Matthews is getting a promotion, to executive vice president.
She’ll continue to work directly with CBS News president David Rhodes overseeing day-to-day news operations
“Ingrid is an extraordinary journalist and newsroom executive who is passionate about the integrity of CBS News and the people who work here,” said Rhodes. “Her leadership has been central to our organization’s growth and transformation in this digital age.”
In her 25 years with CBS News, Ciprian-Matthews has been vp of News (2011-2015), foreign editor (2006-2011), senior broadcast producer for CBS Evening News (2004-2006), senior producer for foreign coverage (2000-2004), and deputy bureau chief in (1998-2000). She joined CBS News in October 1993 as Senior Producer for live segments on “CBS This Morning.”
Ciprian-Matthews got her start in TV news at CNN, spending 9 years in the network’s New York bureau.