About 

  • Wendy Brundige is Senior Vice President of Global Video for CNN Digital. She is responsible for production and distribution of CNN digital video content across CNN.com, CNN apps, YouTube and other social platforms. Her teams produce everything from breaking news videos, to news explainers, to feature content across all verticals, including national and international news, politics, business, health, travel and more. Her teams also distribute highlights from CNN and CNN International television across CNN's large digital portfolio and social accounts.

    Brundige joined CNN in 2014 as a supervising producer and has expanded her portfolio and responsibilities through the years to encompass all global digital video efforts with teams in six bureaus around the world, working across all global time zones.

    Before joining CNN, Brundige served as Bloomberg TV's West Coast bureau chief and executive producer of "Bloomberg West," the network's daily, one-hour newscast focused on covering media and technology live from San Francisco. In her three years at Bloomberg, she led the expansion of "Bloomberg West" from one to two hours each weekday and expanded overall tech coverage across Bloomberg TV. "Bloomberg West" became a destination for real-time, on location coverage of the biggest stories in tech, including notable IPOs like Facebook and Twitter, the early days of future-'unicorn' start-ups, and Silicon Valley culture.

    Brundige began her career at ABC News, where she spent more than seven years working across the network on shows such as "Good Morning America," "World News," "20/20," and "Nightline." She served as the network's Seattle bureau producer responsible for covering breaking news in the Western U.S. for all ABC News platforms, among other roles. While at ABC, she traveled to cover numerous breaking stories including the Fukushima nuclear meltdown in 2011 and the BP oil spill along the U.S. Gulf Coast in 2010.

    Brundige received her undergraduate degree in broadcast journalism and political science from the University of Southern California. She lives in New York City with her husband and daughter.