WASHINGTON (AP) — Judy Woodruff says she’ll be stepping down as anchor of PBS’ nightly “NewsHour” program on the finish of the yr.
Woodruff, 75, stated she’s going to report longer items for “NewsHour” and do different tasks and specials for public tv, a minimum of via the 2024 presidential election.
She was a part of the “NewsHour” rotating anchor crew from 2009 till 2013, when she and Gwen Ifill had been named co-anchors of this system. Since Ifill’s death in 2016, Woodruff has been the present’s sole anchor.
“I love working at the PBS ‘NewsHour’ and can’t imagine it not being a part of my life,” Woodruff said in a memo to fellow staff members. She was chief Washington correspondent at “NewsHour” from 1983 to 1993, and has additionally labored at CNN and NBC Information.
Plans for her substitute shall be introduced within the fall, a PBS spokesperson stated Saturday.
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