Campbell Brown is an American television news reporter and anchor, known for her work with NBC News and CNN. Her career is distinguished by her roles as co-anchor on NBC’s “Weekend Today” and as host of CNN’s “Campbell Brown: No Bias, No Bull.”
Brown’s career in journalism spans various significant roles. At NBC News, she served as a correspondent covering the White House and hosted the weekend edition of “Today.” Her transition to CNN saw her anchoring her own show, “Campbell Brown: No Bias, No Bull,” where she gained recognition for her straightforward reporting style. Beyond anchoring, Brown has reported on major national and international events.
Throughout her career, Brown has collaborated with numerous prominent journalists and media personalities. At NBC, she worked alongside Matt Lauer and Katie Couric on “Today.” Her tenure at CNN involved interactions with leading journalists like Anderson Cooper and Wolf Blitzer.
Brown’s work in journalism has earned her several distinctions. She received an Emmy Award for her part in NBC’s coverage of the 2005 presidential election. Her reporting from the front lines during the Iraq War and her coverage of Hurricane Katrina highlighted her commitment to impactful journalism.