Ana Cabrera joins MSNBC’s daytime lineup, with the launch of Ana Cabrera reports April 10.
Her move to MSNBC had been expected since she announced in December that she was leaving CNN. The one-hour show will air at 10 a.m. ET.
Cabrera had worked for CNN since 2013, based in Denver, before settling down CNN Newsroom. On the network, she hosted two presidential town halls and she reported on major stories, including the protests in Ferguson, Missouri, and the return of North Korean prisoner Kenneth Bae to the United States. She was previously an anchor for ABC’s Denver affiliate WGMH-TV, and was an anchor and reporter for NBC and Fox affiliates in Spokane, WA.
Cabrera won a regional Emmy for his anchoring of the High Park Fire in Colorado in 2012.
Cabrera fills a slot previously occupied by Jose Diaz-Balart. His show moved back an hour to 11 a.m. ET, and a rotating series of hosts filled the 10 a.m. slot under the banner. MSNBC Reports.
MSNBC has made additional changes to its schedule in recent months. Hallie Jackson’s afternoon show has come to an end as she expands her presence on the NBC News Now platform. Chris Jansing added an hour to his anchor duties, now from 1 p.m. ET to 3 p.m. ET, and Katy Tur’s show moved to the 3 p.m. slot.