Most recently based in Dallas, Sabo produced both domestic and international coverage for CNN. She also worked as a national assignment editor and spent time as a CNN radio anchor at the network’s Atlanta headquarters.
“Channel 2 News has a tremendous reputation, both inside and outside Alaska for its comprehensive news coverage,” Sabo said. “KTUU’s newsgathering style parallels my work at CNN in many ways, and I look forward to advancing and enhancing the great tradition of news excellence at [KTUU].”
“We are excited to have her aboard,” KTUU general manager Andy MacLeod said, announcing the move. “She has a mix of journalistic experience and passion for Alaska that will continue the tradition of excellence that makes us Alaska’s news source.”
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