SportsCenter co-anchor Josh Elliott is moving to ABC to become news reader on Good Morning America, ABC News president Ben Sherwood announced Wednesday morning. Elliott will replace JuJu Chang, who is going to ABC News’ Nightline as a special correspondent and fill-in anchor. She will also contribute to 20/20, World News and GMA. Elliott joined ESPN in 2004 and was named co-anchor of SportsCenter with Hannah Storm in 2008 when the show went live in the morning.
Hannah Storm has signed a multi-year extension with ESPN. Storm co-hosts the 9 a.m. to noon ET edition of ESPN’s flagship news program SportsCenter with Josh Elliott. As part of the extension, Storm expands her responsibilities beyond her initial SportsCenter role to include on-site studio hosting duties from events such as the Super Bowl, NBA Finals, Wimbledon and the US Open. In addition, Storm continues her role as host of NBA coverage, including on ABC and ESPN. Storm also has hosted ESPN Sports Saturday on ABC which debuted in 2010. During the NFL season, she hosts the Sunday morning edition of SportsCenter, leading into Sunday NFL Countdown. She will continue to co-host the Tournament of Roses Parade on ABC. This past September, Storm made her debut as a film producer on ESPN’s documentary Unmatched about the rivalry and friendship between Chris Evert and Martina Navratilova. Storm will next be directing a short film for Women’s World Cup, which will air later this year.