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On March 30, 2014, it was announced by ABC News President Ben Sherwood that Elliott had signed a contract with NBC, and would depart ABC News and Good Morning America.Amy Robach was announced as his immediate replacement.After graduating from Loyola High School of Los Angeles, Elliott attended the University of California, Santa Barbara.He originally enrolled at UC Santa Barbara in hopes of joining the UC Santa Barbara Gauchos men's water polo team, He worked in television as a producer for Galaxy Productions before moving onto 20th Century Fox.
Elliott had been told by an executive that CBS had desired to place him in a larger role as a field correspondent, under which he would have filed reports for CBS's television news programs.With NBC, Elliott made million per year, but a six-month non-compete clause prohibited him from appearing on news-related programming, relegating him primarily to NBC Sports programming such as the 2014 Kentucky Derby—where he made his on-air debut.Upon his hiring, it was believed that NBC was contemplating Elliott to serve as a future host of Today; in response, he told the press that he "[hoped] Matt Lauer is here when I step away from this gig 30 years down the road.Cho and Gottlieb have a daughter, Louisa Simone, 7.
Elliott, meanwhile, is divorced from first wife Priya Narang Elliott. Sources told us the couple were in the middle of a romantic European vacation just before Labor Day, when Cho had a break from her WABC anchoring duties and Elliott scored time off before his weekly appearances on “Sunday Night Football” and the “Today” show, where he appears Fridays during football season.
Of the hiring, CBS News president David Rhodes explained that Elliott needed an "outlet", going on to say that "we're going to need from him as much as he can bring in these different areas of reporting and anchoring.