Anchor and Managing Editor, "PBS News Hour"
Judy Woodruff is anchor and managing editor of “PBS NewsHour.” She has covered politics and other news as an anchor or senior correspondent for four decades at PBS, CNN, and NBC. Woodruff also anchored a monthly program for Bloomberg Television, was a visiting professor at Duke and visiting fellow at Harvard, and is a founding co-chair of the International Women’s Media Foundation. Her board service includes the Freedom Forum and Public Radio International, and she has received numerous awards, including the Poynter Medal for Lifetime Achievement in Journalism, the Gwen Ifill Press Freedom Award, and the Cronkite Award for Excellence in Journalism. She authored the book, This Is Judy Woodruff at the White House.
Conservatism Under Threat
Video — 50m 43s
In Conversation with Paul Ryan
Video — 1h 1m 9s
A Conversation with Surgeon, Author, and Researcher Atul Gawande
Video — 56m 14s
Follow the Money: Investing in Health
Video — 58m 53s
Late Breaker: 19th US Surgeon General Murthy on the Gun Violence Epidemic
Video — 49m 19s
Whither Health Care Reform?
Video — 1h 5m 26s
Federal Health Policy: An Interview with Kathleen Sebelius, 21st Secretary, US Department of Health and Human Services
Video — 1h 1m 35s