Allie Raffa, Julie Tsirkin, Josh Lederman Earn New Assignments At NBC News

Ana Cabrera Expected To Jump To NBC News From CNN

Ana Cabrera, an up-and-coming daytime anchor at CNN, is expected to leave the network and join NBC News, according to three people familiar with the matter — the latest in a series of CNN personnel who have defected to the NBCUniversal news unit.

NBC News’ Catherine Kim Named SVP, Editorial

Catherine Kim, a senior NBC News executive who has played a significant role in the evolution of the company’s digital efforts, will now have more say over some of its TV work as well. Kim, who has been SVP of digital news for NBC News and MSNBC, was named SVP of NBC News editorial on Wednesday, charged with oversight of editorial units across both digital and TV.

Joshua Johnson Leaves NBC News

CNN ‘Early Start’ Anchor Laura Jarrett Jumping To NBC News

She will be senior legal correspondent for NBC, covering the Supreme Court and Department of Justice, appearing on all NBC News programs and platforms. Rich Greenberg, NBC News VP and head of investigations, announced Jarrett’s hire in a memo Wednesday morning.

NBC News Suspends Reporter For Retracted Paul Pelosi Story

NBC Today show correspondent Miguel Almaguer has been suspended pending an internal investigation after NBC News had to retract his reporting that inflamed right-wing conspiracy theories about the brutal assault on Paul Pelosi.

‘CBS Saturday Morning’ Tops NBC’s Saturday ‘Today’ For First Time

CBS Mornings may trail Good Morning America and Today in the weekday ratings, but its Saturday iteration beat one of its counterparts this past week. On Saturday, Nov. 5, CBS Saturday Morning beat NBC’s Saturday Today for the first time ever in total viewers and in the adults 25-54 demo.

Take A Behind-The-Scenes Drone Tour Of NBC News Studios, Control Room On Election Day

NBC News Retracts Erroneous Paul Pelosi Story

People at the network said the Today report was based on “unreliable” information from a source who was unnamed in the story. Above, the home of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and husband Paul Pelosi in San Francisco. (Jeff Chiu/AP)

The Kornacki Paradox

On election nights, we turn to MSNBC’s Steve Kornacki, for clarity. Actually, he’s full of doubt.

HuffPost’s Amanda Terkel To Join NBC News As Senior Politics Editor

Longtime NBC News Exec Madeleine Haeringer Leaving At Year’s End

Lester Holt Receives The Media Institute’s 2022 Freedom Of Speech Award

On Wednesday, the longtime NBC Newser and Nightly News anchor received the 2022 Freedom of Speech Award from The Media Institute.

NBC News Student Seminar Highlights Unusual Education Effort

The second Next Level Summit being held Tuesday is part of NBCU Academy, a nearly two-year-old initiative that also includes jobs, journalism training videos and partnerships with some 45 colleges and universities.

NBC News’ Dasha Burns Responds To Criticism Of Her Interview With Pa. Senate Candidate John Fetterman

Mystery Solved: ‘Dateline’ Finds Path From TV To Podcast Stardom

The true crime storytelling that has done so well for so long on television seems to have met a moment in an entirely new medium.

NBC News Adds 2 Correspondents In Washington, Sacramento

NBC News’ Richard Engel Earns RTDNA’s John F. Hogan Distinguished Service Award

Engel, the NBC News chief foreign correspondent, accepted the award Thursday evening Indianapolis, and in his acceptance remarks, delivered what came across as “a call to action” to the journalists in attendance, warning that free speech and democracy are endangered — and that journalists have a responsibility to overcome what he calls “censorship by static” that has come to characterize the social media age over the past 16 years.

Comcast Looks To Cut Up To $1 Billion From Budgets At Its TV Networks

NBCUniversal Chief Executive Officer Jeff Shell has asked his top deputies to find savings at its legacy cable and broadcast TV networks, said the people, who asked not to be identified because the plans haven’t been finalized.

Ukrainian Women Mourn Their Lost Loved Ones In NBC News Special

The special follows the lives of five Ukrainian mothers, all survivors fighting in different ways. In a clip, one of them clutches the hands of foreign correspondent Molly Hunter as she details the horrors she’s been through.

NBC News Digital Hires Reuters Supreme Court Correspondent Hurley

David P. Gelles Joins NBC News As Executive Producer Of ‘Meet the Press’

Gelles joins the legendary Sunday show with Chuck Todd after nine years at CNN, including a stint as senior broadcast producer of The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer. Gelles also led the creation and development of four DC-based CNN+ shows: Who’s Talking to Chris Wallace, The Newscast with Wolf Blitzer, The Source with Kasie Hunt and Jake Tapper’s Book Club.

NBC News’ Richard Engel Announces Son’s Death After Battle With Rare Genetic Disorder

NBC News’ Richard Engel To Receive RTDNA’s John F. Hogan Award

NBC News Confirms Plans To Split New York’s Studio 3B Into 2 Spaces

Pete Williams Feted By Administration Officials, Journalist Colleagues As He Retires From NBC News

NBC News celebrated Pete Williams with a send-off at the Cosmos Club in Washington as the longtime Supreme Court and Justice Department correspondent prepares to retire at the end of the month. Williams, who has been with the network for almost 30 years, plans to file his final report on Friday.

As Pete Williams Retires, NBC News Has Plans For DOJ, Supreme Court Coverage

Veteran NBC News correspondent Pete Williams will retire at the end of the month, taking with him years of experience in covering the Department of Justice and the Supreme Court. Before he leaves, however, NBC News has unveiled plans to keep its coverage intact.

NBC’s Peter Alexander Accosted By Saudi Security

There was a bit of a tense moment today during President Biden’s meeting with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in Saudi Arabia. Saudi security personnel “grabbed” NBC News White House Correspondent Peter Alexander as he shouted questions toward the Saudi prince about the murder of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi.

NBC News Now Anchor Joe Fryer Named NLGJA Journalist Of The Year

Savannah Guthrie Reveals Husband Consulted For Johnny Depp Before Interviewing His Lawyers

NBC News Names Priscilla Thompson Houston-Based Correspondent

Pete Williams, Longtime NBC Legal Correspondent, Retiring In July

Pete Williams, longtime correspondent for NBC News covering the Supreme Court and the Justice Department, plans to retire from the network in July. NBC News President Noah Oppenheim made the announcement in a message to staffers on Thursday.

Savannah Guthrie Tests Positive For COVID-19 Again

NBC News Finds Plagiarism In 11 Articles By Teaganne Finn

Lester Holt Inducted Into NAB Achievement In Broadcasting Hall Of Fame

Holt was at the annual NAB Show in Las Vegas over the weekend to accept the honor, telling event attendees, “I have so much respect for this medium [broadcast television] and so much belief in its future,” adding, “And yes, the media landscape is rapidly evolving but broadcast programs remain important touchstones in our culture, our society, holding true to a legacy of excellence and integrity while always peeking around the corner of technology to deliver to our audiences where they are and how they consume our work and product.”

Jim Hartz, NBC Newsman And Former ‘Today’ Co-Host, Dies At 82

His role as Barbara Walters’s on-air partner lasted only two years, but viewers knew him for three decades as a correspondent, anchor and TV host.

NBC ‘Today’ Stars To Perform Live Theatrical Reading

NEW YORK (AP) — NBC News is branching out from covering top stories to performing a theatrical reading. “Today” show hosts Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb will be among the readers of “Murder in Studio One,” planned to be read before an audience on April 27 and released later on a podcast through Audible, Inc. […]

NBC News Journalists Vexed By MSNBC’s Move To Hire White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki

NBC News journalists are troubled by and have expressed dismay to network executives about MSNBC’s intention to hire White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki when she exits the Biden administration, people familiar with the matter say. Noah Oppenheim, the NBC News president, even held an impromptu phone call Friday so that he could address the matter with vexed staffers from the Washington bureau, some of whom have complained to their superiors that the tentative hiring tarnishes the NBC News brand.

NBC News Adds 2 Local Reporters, Moves Correspondent Meagan Fitzgerald From Chicago To London

‘Meet The Press’ Names Matt Rivera Editorial Director Of Content Strategy, Among Other Moves