WNBC’s News Director Is Heading to NBC News

By Stephanie Tsoflias Siegel 

WNBC news director Susan Sullivan is leaving for NBC News.

TVSpy has confirmed her last day will be in early March.

Sullivan joined NBC’s flagship station in 2009. She came from KNTV, where she was vp of news for the NBC-owned Bay Area station.


This is Sullivan’s second time with the network. In the mid-2000s she was head of dayside news programming at MSNBC. She’s also been news director at WNYW and has previously worked at WCBS.

It is unclear what Sullivan’s role will be at the network.