30-year Veteran of CBS News Named President

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The Emmy Award Winning journalist, Ingrid Ciprian-Matthews, was born in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. She will now oversee CBS News operations as President

From Variety: Ingrid Ciprian-Matthews will take direct oversight of CBS News, the latest move in a broader restructure of operations at Paramount Global’s CBS business.

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.

Matthews is the third woman of color to be named president of a major broadcast news network or operation. (Kim Godwin is president of ABC News and Rashida Jones is president of MSNBC.) 

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