ABC News’ Mary Noonan To Become Agent At UTA

ABC News’ Mary Noonan To Become Agent At UTA

Veteran news executive and producer Mary Noonan has joined UTA. She will serve as an agent in the News & Broadcasting division based in UTA’s New York office and will report to Partner and News & Broadcasting Head Peter Goldberg.

Noonan was most recently VP of Talent Strategy and Development for ABC News where, during her nine-year tenure, she recruited and hired on and off-air talent, including dozens of correspondents, anchors, and contributors.

Before joining ABC News, Noonan served as a Senior Producer in CNBC’s Long Form unit where she produced business documentaries. Her team won the 2012 Murrow Award for Billions Behind Bars: Inside America’s Prison Industry..

Noonan began her career at CBS News, where she spent 23 years in a variety of roles starting as an intern in the DC Bureau and advancing to roles at newsmagazines West 57th, 60 Minutes and 48 Hours. During her time producing 48 Hours, she received two Emmys. She eventually became Director of Talent Development.

“We have long enjoyed a collaborative relationship with Mary and welcoming her to the team feels like a natural progression for both of us,” Goldberg said.