Veteran fans of Natalie Morales no doubt remember her jobs on NBC News’ “Today” and “Dateline.” Moving forward, they will certainly have to search for her rather on CBS News’ “CBS Mornings” as well as “48 Hours.” Morales will certainly occupy new responsibilities as a reporter for CBS News, all the while maintaining her function as the moderator of CBS’ daytime roundtable, “The Talk.” She joined CBS in 2021 after a 22-year stint at NBC News. ” Natalie is among the most effective in business as well as a welcome addition to CBS News,” said Neeraj Khemlani, co-president of CBS’ news and stations unit, in a prepared statement. “She has excelled at the highest possible levels– from network morning reveals to longform narration– and we could not be extra thrilled to have her on our group. She will certainly be doing stories for ’48 Hours’, ‘CBS Mornings,’ ‘CBS Sunday Morning’ and also others. She recognizes exactly how to reach the heart of a challenging tale with compassion as well as elegance.” Under Khemlani, CBS News has actually employed a number of outdoors correspondents despite the venerable system’s famously insular culture. In recent months, CBS News has additionally enticed previous Washington Post contributor Robert Costa and Scott MacFarlane, an expert of Washington insurance coverage. ” It’s a privilege to contribute to the CBS News programs as well as I’m intending to tell the tales that matter as well as to talk concerning concerns a number of us deal with,” claimed Morales, in a statement. “’48 Hours’ spearheaded true crime tv as well as I’m looking onward to dealing with the terrific group of producers and reporters to bring the most effective stories to CBS viewers on Saturday evenings.” Morales has shown a durable TV-news figure. She left “Today” in 2016 after functioning as the show’s news anchor, West Coast correspondent and also co-host of its third hour. She also logged a job as host of the long-running entertainment-news program “Access.” She signed up with “Today” in 2006 as a nationwide correspondent, reporting for all of NBC News’ systems including “NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt” and also MSNBC. ” Natalie is one of the best in the business and also a welcome enhancement to CBS News,” said Neeraj Khemlani, co-president of CBS’ information and terminals unit, in a ready declaration. She will be doing stories for ’48 Hours’, ‘CBS Mornings,’ ‘CBS Sunday Morning’ as well as others. She signed up with “Today” in 2006 as a national correspondent, reporting for all of NBC News’ platforms consisting of “NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt” and MSNBC.