An Emmy Award-winning "Good Morning America" news anchor will be leaving the show to take a full-time job at "Nightline," reports B&C.
Juju Chang has been news anchor for the morning ABC program since December 2009, and has also been a contributor to "20/20" and "World News," for which she will continue to work, the story says.
According to a letter from ABC News President Ben Sherwood, Chang will take on a full-time job as a special correspondent and fill-in anchor on "Nightline," the story says.
Chang’s anchor work with ABC News has been all over the clock. Her first anchor job with the network came in 1999 with the overnight news program “World News Now.” She also reported on national and international news for “World News This Morning.”
In addition to three Emmy Awards, Chang has won the Alfred I. duPont Award and two Gracie Awards.