In Salt Lake City, he joined Katie Couric and Jim Mc Kay on the Opening Ceremony broadcast, one of the highest-rated ceremonies in the history of the Olympics.Chris Wragge was named co-anchor of CBS News' "The Early Show" in November 2010.
Wragge joined WCBS-TV in 2004 as the 5 p.m., 6 p.m., and 11 p.m. He made the jump to the role of news anchor in November of 2006.
Wragge spent four years roaming the sidelines for NBC Sports where he covered the NBA and NBA playoffs for two years working alongside play-by-play men Marv Albert, Tom Hammond and Mike Breen.
Wragge also covered the WNBA for two seasons, hosting the WNBA finals in 2002.
Since then, Wragge has reported on the Heroic landing of Flight 1549 in the Hudson River, the 2008 Presidential Election, and The Sex Scandal that Brought down Governor Elliot Spitzer, The East Side Crane Collapse, The Brooklyn Tornado, The Papal Visit, and the current collapse of the nation's economy.
Wragge embodies the word "workaholilc." Chris has worked 6 days a week since the year 2000.