Bianna Holodrig, one of four co-authors at "CBS This Morning," quits the show and the network, both parties announced on Wednesday.
"Bianna Holodrigue decided to leave the network" "We thank her for her many contributions during her stay at CBS News and wish her the best in her future endeavors."
Golodryga wrote a tweet on Wednesday that "I enjoyed my time @CBSNews, but now I have the right moment for me to go further. I am grateful for the friends and colleagues with whom I worked and I wish everyone the best. next chapter! "
The Holodriman was first reported Tuesday by HuffPost, according to Associated Press, according to Holodrigue Monday, that CBS News president Susan Zirinsky has different ideas for the show, and offered another job to Yakoru but decided to leave CBS.
Holodrigue was added to "CBS This Morning" in October, joined by Gayle King, Norah O & # 39; Donnell and John Dickerson, co-hosts, since September 201
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. ] Associated press contributed to this report.