After two decades as a correspondent at NBC News, Miguel Almaguer announced he has left the network.
The award-winning journalist announced his departure on social media, sharing a photo of him with anchor Lester Holt and a gallery of photos and videos of him in action:
“Seen a lot. Done a lot. Learned a lot. Thankful for my nearly 2 decade long run at NBC News. But more than anything grateful for those in the trenches with me. With them it was more an adventure than work. Change is hard and goodbyes aren’t easy. But turning the page is exciting. In news … I love a great last line. This one is still being written.”
Almaguer started at NBC News in April 2009, contributing to all NBC News properties, including “NBC Nightly News,” “Today” and MSNBC.
He joined the network from Washington, DC local station WRC-TV, where he spent three years as a general assignment reporter.
Before moving to the nation’s capital, Almaguer was a reporter at KCRA in Sacramento from 2003 to 2006. He began his TV career in 2000 at KSBW-TV in Salinas, CA.