Jill Abramson, the former executive editor of the New York Times, is sitting down with two of television's leading female news anchors in her first set of exclusive interviews since her very public ouster from the paper.
Van Susteren's interview comes one day before Katie Couric is also set to sit down with the former editor, Yahoo announced.
Politico was first to report that the interview with Couric was happening. It will be released on Thursday.
Abramson has not yet given a one-on-one interview since she was abruptly fired from the Times and replaced by current executive editor Dean Baquet.
Though this will be her first on-air interview, Abramson has spoken out publicly several times since her departure. She delivered the commencement speech for Wake Forest University just days after news broke of her replacement. In another speech given at Chautauqua Institution, Abramson elaborated on the confusion she feels over being fired for her "management skills," stating that she's "still trying to figure out exactly what that means."