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'PBS NewsHour' Co-Anchors Pick Conventions' Most Powerful Moments - TCA

You can’t get away from politics at today’s PBS panels at TCA. The pubcaster this afternoon connected reporters and critics with the PBS NewsHour co-anchor/managing editor team of Gwen Ifill and Judy Woodruff via Skype from Philadelphia, where they are covering the final day of the Democratic National Convention. 176 more words

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Politics is in my blood. I’d love to be involved in 2008, maybe even ‘06. – Judy Woodruff http://ift.tt/29pkctH

Judy Woodruff

Permission to Age

Botox has been good to me. Not that I’ve ever used it. But it has provided me with a couple of nice red herrings to cover up poisonings.* Fictional poisonings, I mean, of course. 505 more words

Pope Francis, Trump and Journalism Ethics: Looking for a Hail Mary

By Casey Bukro

Normally, AdviceLine considers the Society of Professional Journalists’ code of ethics its highest source for guidelines and standards on ethics.

But we’re always willing to be open-minded about new and thoughtful ways to think about ethics and do the right thing in journalism. 745 more words

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PBS Democratic Debate - Feb 11

The February 11th Democratic Debate between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders was moderated by Judy Woodruff and Gwen Ifill.  They began with opening statements.  Some people may remember Judy Woodruff from CNN, but she was such a horrible failure, she had to go to work for the unconstitutionally publicly funded PBS.  4,837 more words

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Who Won the PBS Milwaukee Democratic Debate

Did Wiz Khalifa pick tonight’s wardrobe?

After months of hyped-up debates aired on cable networks, tonight’s PBS affair was soporific by comparison. But don’t let the subdued tones of moderators Gwen Ifill and Judy Woodruff fool you – this was a fierce and fearsome clash between two Democratic rivals. 655 more words