Judy Woodruff

PBS NewsHour

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Journalist and writer Judy Woodruff is the anchor for the PBS NewsHour.

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The award-winning journalist talks about women in the press and the next generation of the media.

Judy Woodruff: The perfect time to be a journalist

The award-winning journalist talks about women in the press and the next generation of the media.

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