ABC News “Nightline” regular Chris Bury has been named national correspondent for the network, a move that will shift much of his work to “World News with Charles Gibson.”
Bury, based in Chicago, will report for all ABC News platforms including “Nightline,” but will primarily report for “World News.”
Bury has been on the staff of “Nightline” since 1993 and was principal substitute anchor under Ted Koppel.
In its new post-Koppel incarnation, “Nightline”‘s principal anchors have been Terry Moran, Martin Bashir and Cynthia McFadden.
“He is a strong storyteller with a unique voice,” said ABC News president David Westin. “We are fortunate to have someone of Chris’ caliber covering the center of the country for us.”