Greta Van Susteren’s Next Career Move Revealed

Greta Van Susterens Next Career Move Revealed

The University of Southern California’s Annenberg Center on Communications & Policy announced Thursday that former television news host Greta Van Susteren will join the center as a non-resident senior fellow.

Van Susteren, 63, will work with students, appear on USC panels and produce books, works of journalism and academic studies.

Via her Twitter feed, Van Susteren said she was “really excited” about joining the Annenberg Center.

In late June, Van Susteren was fired by MSNBC less than six months after she began hosting a 6 p.m. broadcast on the network.

Prior to her move to MSNBC, Van Susteren worked at Fox News for 14 years, hosting On the Record. She resigned from Fox News in the fall of 2016.

Prior to Fox News, Van Susteren worked at CNN.

Van Susteren might have additional plans for her future, as she stated Thursday on Twitter.

Several of her followers told Van Susteren they hope she will return to television.

“I may be back … if the right opportunity comes along … if not, there are many exciting things to do in the world,” Van Susteren replied.

Others said they were still puzzled she wasn’t still on a cable news network.

Officials at USC say they are thrilled to have Van Susteren on board.

“As a senior fellow, Greta will be a wonderful addition to our center, working with USC Annenberg on issues relating to social media, civic discourse, broadcast news, the coverage of politics and government and public diplomacy,” CCLP director Geoffrey Cowan said.

Willow Bay, dean of the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism said, “I enjoyed working alongside Greta at CNN years ago, and I’m delighted to be reunited with her as we continue our work here to guide the next generation of journalists.”

Van Susteren has written a new bookEverything You Need to Know About Social Media: Without Having to Call a Kid, that is scheduled to be released Nov. 14.

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