JOURNALIST Kasie Hunt has announced she is leaving NBC News and MSNBC as she teased her next career move to viewers.
The reporter, 36, revealed the news on the morning show "Way Too Early" on Friday.
Hunt, who is also a Capitol Hill reporter for NBC, said it would be her last broadcast of the morning show.
She said: “This is going to be my final broadcast with all of you. Got a little bit of bittersweet news for me this morning, this is going to be my final broadcast with all of you.
"I’ve really loved spending most of the last year with you.”
The journalist teased viewers as she said she will reveal information about her “new adventure” in the coming weeks.
She tweeted earlier Friday: “Some personal news, as they say — thank you to all of the viewers, reporters, lawmakers, and everyone else who’s gotten up extra early to help make @WayTooEarly better.I loved doing this show. More soon.”
Hunt also thanked Morning Joe presenters Mika Brzezinski, Joe Scarborough, and Willie Geist.
She tweeted: "Okay now I'm crying. Thank you for making me a part of your Morning Joe family — there's no show like it and I am going to miss it oh so much.
"Your support has meant everything to me."
The news anchor joined NBC in 2013 and presented a daily show as an MSNBC correspondent since last year.
She had a Sunday evening news show “Kasie DC” and has presented Way Too Early since September.
The journalist has also appeared on the programs “Meet the Press" and NBC News Now.
She was previously a reporter for the Associated Press and Politico.
The journalist has an estimated net worth of $3million, reports indicate.
She reportedly earned a $250,000 annual salary during her time on the NBC network.
Hunt married NBC producer Matt Rivera in 2017 and they have one child together.
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