Kate Snow Leaves ABC, GMA for NBC and Dateline
Good Morning America Weekend Anchor Kate Snow Leaves for NBC's Dateline
Kate Snow will not be a feature on ABC's Good Morning America (GMA) weekend edition this weekend as she is moving to NBC's Dateline show as a correspondent set to start later in the spring. According to Mediabistro, she will also be contributing to other NBC programs as the need arises.
Snow was a CNN correspondent before joining ABC in 2003; back then she was the 'White House correspondent'. She started co-anchoring the GMA weekend edition in 2004 and has been with that show ever since.
NBC News President Steve Capus released this statement in relation to Kate Snow:
"Kate is a tremendously talented and respected journalist. This signifies our commitment to growing 'Dateline' as it continues its ratings success in primetime, and our belief in investing in the future talent of NBC News."
Executive Producer called Snow the 'whole package' and he welcomed her with open arms at Dateline.
Ms. Snow was one of the first correspondents on the ground in Haiti after the devastating earthquake there earlier this year. She has also covered events such as the Oscars, natural disasters, immigration and has interviewed people such as Ted Kennedy, Barack Obama, Beyonce and Bono.
When she was a correspondent with CNN she covered the September 11th attacks.
No doubt her fans will miss her on ABC.