CBS Anchor Announces Departure From Network TVNewser
A CBS News personality who has been with the network for three years announced on the air that she is leaving CBS.
On "CBS This Morning," Rebecca Jarvis said she's leaving the network, where she has anchored the Saturday edition of the show and has worked as a financial correspondent, reports TVNewser.com. She's reportedly moving on to ABC News, according to the story.
Before joining CBS three years ago, Jarvis worked at CNBC for four years. Previously, she competed on NBC’s "The Apprentice" and was a runner-up.
Jarvis appeared with co-anchor Anthony Mason to announce her departure, saying: “Anthony, it’s been a real pleasure and a treat and gift sitting next to you. You’re one of a kind. You’ve been so great. And to everybody who sits out here, you’re wonderful. Thank you for all of your hard work. Thank you to all of the producers and thanks to you, the viewers.”
CBS isn't ready to name a new co-anchor for the Saturday edition of "CBS This Morning," the piece adds.