Marsha Cooke was named vice president, News Services for CBS News in May 2016.
In this position, Cooke leads Newspath, CBS News' satellite news gathering organization, which provides news and information to 200 CBS affiliates nationwide and to broadcasters around the world.
Cooke is an Emmy-winning veteran journalist who has held several key positions throughout her more than two decades with the news division. During that time Cooke has been integral to the Network's coverage on some of the biggest stories of this generation domestically and around the world.
Most recently, Cooke was executive editor of content at CBSN, CBS News' 24/7 digital streaming news network, where she led the unit's push into original documentaries and helped guide breaking news coverage of the Paris and Brussels terrorist attacks, the San Bernardino shooting, devastating storms throughout the country and the ongoing race for the White House.
Before moving to CBSN, Cooke was a senior broadcast producer for the "CBS Evening News with Scott Pelley."
Prior to joining the "CBS Evening News" in 2014, Cooke was CBS News' Asia bureau chief, a position she held since 2009. She worked as a CBS News producer in Tokyo and Beijing from 2006 until 2009.
Earlier, she was a producer for the "CBS Evening News with Dan Rather." She began her career with CBS News in 1993 in the Los Angeles bureau.
Cooke is a graduate of Temple University.
She is based at the CBS News headquarters in New York.