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Lisa Myers

Correspondent Leaves NBC News After Three Decades  A correspondent who has been with NBC News for more than 30 years is leaving the network. TVNewser reports that political and investigative correspondent Lisa Myers announced she's headed out. “I have had more than 30 fascinating years at NBC News, learning from and working alongside the best of the best, including journalists who paved the way for many of us: Tom Brokaw and Tim Russert,” she wrote in a note that was sent to NBC News employees from Washington bureau chief Ken Strickland. In the note, Strickland writes that Myers is leaving to “start a new chapter.” While Myers writes that she appreciates “the company granting my request to change gears and pursue new horizons,” the note doesn’t say what she plans to do next. Myers joined NBC News in 1981 from The Washington Star, where she was the publication’s White House correspondent.

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Before joining NBC in 1981, Myers was White House correspondent for The Washington Star newspaper. While there, she covered the Senate and the 1980 campaigns of Presidents Reagan and Carter. Between 1977 and 1979, she was a Washington correspondent for the Chicago Sun-Times.




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