Kelly Wallace is departing iVillage to re-join CNN — her third stint at the network. Wallace, who got her start as a producer at CNN in 1990 was a correspondent for the NBC News’ women’s issues site iVillage.com. Wallace will be a Digital Correspondent and Editor-at-Large for CNN Digital, focusing on family, career and life.
“We are thrilled to welcome Kelly back to CNN,” said CNN Worldwide President Jeff Zucker. “But this time she comes as a true multi-platform journalist, hired first and foremost to report for our strong digital assets. This move underscores our commitment to this space as clearly as ever.”
Wallace, a mother of two, is married to MSNBC executive producer Matt Saal. After her first run at CNN from 1990-1995, Wallace moved to on air reporting job at KRQE, the CBS affiliate in Albuquerque followed by a 10-month stint at the State Department for Fox News in 1999 before returning to CNN as a White House correspondent. She left CNN for CBS News in 2007 and joined iVillage three years later.
Wallace begins next month at CNN.
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