"Vice News Tonight" correspondent Elle Reeve will be moving to CNN, the network announced on Wednesday.
Reeve earned praise across the industry for reporting on the deadly Charlottesville, Va., white nationalist protests in Aug. 2017 that was featured in a documentary that garnered four Emmys, along with a Peabody and Polk award.
She will be based in New York.
We are thrilled to announce Elle Reeve @ElspethReeve is coming to CNN from @ViceNews as a correspondent. She reported “Charlottesville: Race and Terror,” the 22-minute documentary on the “Unite the Right” white nationalist rally & events in Charlottesville in 2017. Welcome Elle! pic.twitter.com/ecDJ9KEERv— CNN Communications (@CNNPR) September 11, 2019
CNN also announced Wednesday it has signed NBC News foreign correspondent Lucy Kafanov as a correspondent. She will be based in Denver.
Scott McLean, who is CNN's current Denver-based correspondent, will relocate to London, the network tweeted.
We are also very pleased to announce @LucyKafanov, former @NBC News foreign correspondent will join @CNN as a correspondent, based in Denver. And we are excited that CNN’s @ScottMcLean will relocate from Denver to London as a correspondent. Welcome Lucy and congrats Scott! pic.twitter.com/XUf3nT3bTt— CNN Communications (@CNNPR) September 11, 2019