Patricia Shevlin produced her final “CBS Evening News” tonight and she’s moving across the street, to CBS’s “60 Minutes.” Shevlin got the final credit on tonight’s show, as well as applause in the newsroom and control room. Following the broadcast, Shevlin tweeted, “I’m looking forward to spending more time working w/ @ScottPelley on the greatest news program of our time.”
Shevlin joined “Evening News” in May 2011 from the weekend edition of the program, where she had been EP since 2000. Shevlin has been with CBS News since 1973.
It’s been an honor and privilege to serve as Executive Producer of the @CBSEveningNews. Thank you everyone for three great years.
— Patricia Shevlin (@Pat_Shevlin) April 18, 2014
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