This morning, ABC News president David Westin announced Rhonda Schwartz will now lead the investigative unit. Westin, from the press release: “Rhonda is a wonderful reporter and skilled producer whose work is a source of great pride for ABC News.”
Before ABC, Schwartz spent more than 20 years at NBC News working, at times, with ABC’s chief investigative correspondent Brian Ross. Ross, himself spent 20 years at NBC, leaving in 1994.
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