NBC News Now anchor • Stay Tuned co-host • NBC News correspondent
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Savannah Sellers anchors Morning News Now, the flagship morning newscast on NBC News’ 24/7 streaming network NBC News Now, and co-hosts Stay Tuned, NBC News’ mobile-first Gen Z news brand, on Snapchat. Sellers is also an NBC News correspondent reporting across all platforms including TODAY and NBC Nightly News.

Since joining NBC News, Sellers’ in-depth reporting has heavily focused on the trends and social issues impacting Gen Z and millennial audiences, from mental to gun violence in America, climate change, internet culture and politics. Her headline-making exclusive interview with Anna Sorokin is just one example of the countless interviews she’s held with notable public figures, politicians, celebrities, athletes and more.

Sellers is the recipient of a News & Documentary Emmy for her work as a producer on the NBC Nightly News series “Hooked: America’s Heroin Epidemic.” She also received the 2022 Gracie Award for Online Video Host.

Sellers began her career in New York with the NBCUniversal Page Program before working at NBC Nightly News and as the executive assistant to the president of MSNBC.

She is originally from San Diego and holds a degree in Broadcast News and International Media from the University of Colorado at Boulder’s School of Journalism and Mass Communication.