Matthews, a CBS News veteran who once supervised the Washington bureau and had been put in charge of overall newsgathering, will now have top editorial oversight for CBS News across all platforms. She will oversee all CBS News programs, bureaus, global newsgathering, streaming and digital editorial, as well as standards and practices, special events, politics, elections and surveys, social, the race and culture unit and CBS News Radio. (Image: CBS)
Ciprian-Matthews will be executive vice president of newsgathering, overseeing all of the network’s bureaus and reporting worldwide.
Kimberly Godwin was named EVP of news, with top editorial oversight of newsgathering around the world. Charles Pavlounis was given expanded duties as EVP of business development and chief financial officer. And Ingrid Ciprian-Matthews, who was EVP of news, was named EVP of strategic professional development, focusing on recruitment and development of off-air talent
CBS News exec Ingrid Ciprian-Matthews is getting a promotion, to executive vice president. She’ll continue to work directly with CBS News President David Rhodes overseeing day-to-day news operations.
CBS News President David Rhodes, who was put in charge of the division in November, is making changes: Ingrid Ciprian-Matthews will be SVP, news administration, and Tim Gaughan becomes VP, newsgathering.
The network’s former foreign editor, Ingrid Ciprian-Matthews, will now all day-to-day news coverage.