CBS News producer to become NBC News deputy Washington bureau chief

CBS News producer to become NBC News deputy Washington bureau chief
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"CBS This Morning" senior producer Chloe Arensberg will be joining NBC News to become its deputy Washington bureau chief, the network announced.

Arensburg, 39, had a 17-year tenure at CBS News and had once served as its Asia bureau chief.

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NBC says Arensburg will be "responsible for our day-to-day Washington-based editorial coverage, managing our beat correspondents and producers. She'll work closely with our Investigative, Political and Digital teams, collaborating on editorial efforts across the newsgroup."

"Her experience as a journalist and a leader fits perfectly for what we do and who we are," NBC News Washington bureau chief Ken Strickland added in the announcement. 

The Columbia University and Harvard University graduate will start at NBC on Sept. 23.