Josh Elliott has joined CBSN as its new lead anchor.

Elliott will join CBS News' digital streaming service later this month, according to The Hollywood Reporter. In addition to his work on CBSN, Elliott is also expected to make appearances on other CBS News programs and platforms.

"I am deeply honored to be joining CBS News, and truly excited to be a part of the broadening horizon of CBSN, for which the possibilities are thankfully endless," Elliott said in a statement. "Because it will always be about the stories we tell, the chance to do what I so enjoy doing at a place that values its journalism above all else is a gift for which I'm very grateful."

Elliott most recently worked with NBC Sports for nearly two years. Before that, he co-anchored Good Morning America and spent seven years at ESPN.

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