Tuchman and Snow given boosts at CNN

Cabler obtains new nat'l correspondent, general assignment reporter

NEW YORK — CNN has promoted Gary Tuchman to national correspondent and Kate Snow to general assignment reporter.

Previously a correspondent for CNN’s New York bureau, Tuchman will move to Atlanta, CNN’s headquarters, as national correspondent. He will report to Keith McAllister, CNN’s senior VP of domestic news gathering and national managing editor, and Eason Jordan, president of newsgathering and international network for the CNN NewsGroup.

Tuchman will cover all national news stories, specializing in breaking news.

“I love covering news and this is a great way of covering even bigger stories of our time,” Tuchman told Daily Variety.

As general assignment reporter, Snow will be covering a wide variety of D.C.-based news, including Capital Hill, White House and general interest stories. She will report to Frank Sesno, CNN’s senior VP and D.C. bureau chief.

Previously, Snow was a national correspondent for CNN Newsource, an affiliate division of CNN news service and also the weekend anchor for CNN Headline News.

“It’s an incredible opportunity. It opens up a lot of doors to do a wide variety of news,” said Snow.

Prior to joining CNN, Snow was an anchor at KOAT-TV in New Mexico and covered the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona for NBC Radio.

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