Bianna Golodriga, one of the four hosts of CBS This Morning, left the show and the network, both sides announced on Wednesday. "Thanks for her many contributions during her stay here at CBS News and I wish her the best in her future ventures."
Golodryga wrote on Wednesday afternoon that "I was enjoying my time at @CBSNews, But now is the right time to move forward." I'm grateful to the friends and colleagues I worked with @CBSThisMorning, and I wish all the best The next chapter! "
The departure of Golodryga was first reported by HuffPost on Tuesday. According to Associated Press, Glogririg was informed on Monday that CBS News President Susan Zirinski has different ideas for the show. Another job was offered at the anchor but decided to leave CBS.
Golodryga was added to CBS This Morning in October, joining co-hosts Gayle King, Norah O'Donnell and John Dickerson. She worked as a correspondent and hosted a CBS host in September 201
Its main priority is the King's arrest talks, whose contract expires at the end of the year. King's series of news interviews, mostly last month with musician R. Kelly on the charges of sexual offenses against him, suddenly made her indispensable CBS star. 19659005] She also intends to replace the anchor of CBS Evening News Jeff Glor, perhaps with O'Donnell. The show has long been third in the charts behind ABC and NBC, but the difference has increased since Glory took on the role of Scott Pelli. Associated Press contributed to this report.