Connie Chung, an American journalist, co-anchored the CBS evening news in 1993, becoming the first Asian and second woman to do so for a major network’s weekday national newscast. Chung earned her BA in 1969 after studying journalism at the University of Maryland. She was hired by CBS News to be their reporter in Washington, D.C., just two years later. In the midst of the Watergate affair, she was in this position when she landed her first significant interview with President Richard Nixon.
Has Connie Chung retired?
Chung joined CBS in 1989 as one of the most well-liked journalists in television, hosting her own evening news programs before being chosen to co-anchor the CBS evening news. She was fired from the program in 1995, but she kept on her career as a journalist at other networks. Chung hasn’t officially retired. She most recently had a cameo as herself in the sitcom “Fresh off the Boat” in 2018.