Geoff Bennett Named ‘PBS NewsHour’ Chief Washington Correspondent & Weekend Anchor

PBS NewsHour’s Lisa Desjardins Honored By RTCA For Her On-Site Reporting During Jan. 6 Insurrection

Nicole Ellis Joins ‘PBS NewsHour’ As First Digital Anchor

In this role, she will serve as the dedicated lead anchor for the newscast’s digital video content, including anchoring pre-and post-shows and hosting breaking news live streams for PBS NewsHour.

Phil Maravilla Named Senior Producer Of ‘PBS NewsHour’ West

‘PBS NewsHour’ Promotes Amna Nawaz To Chief Correspondent

‘PBS NewsHour’ Is Expanding Its Coverage Capacity

PBS NewsHour is announcing today that will soon be hiring six new journalists in U.S. cities often given little attention in national news coverage. It’s doing this through the launch of The Communities Initiative, a project to expand the scope and reach of its journalism and news team.

PBS NewsHour Names Talesha Reynolds Senior Content/Special Projects Producer

Jonathan Capehart To Join ‘PBS NewsHour’

PBS’s Mark Shields Stepping Down After 33 Years

Syndicated columnist Mark Shields, a regular analyst on the PBS NewsHour for the past 33 years, is stepping down from his weekly television perch this Friday. His semi-retirement — he will still appear on the program occasionally — comes during a period of transition in Washington and on television.

D.C. Stations Get Creative During Pandemic

For radio and TV stations, operating throughout the pandemic and bringing us news and entertainment day in and day out required so much more than a floor lamp, some well-curated books in the background and a working Zoom link. Let’s go behind the scenes of how several stations pulled it off.

‘PBS NewsHour’ Launches Jim Lehrer Journalism Fellowship

Journalist Gwen Ifill To Be Honored With Postage Stamp

‘PBS NewsHour’ Adds Correspondent Stephanie Sy

‘PBS Newshour’ Expands Arts Coverage, Launches Digital Platform

PBS NewsHour has expanded CANVAS, its broadcast and digital arts reporting initiative, with $1.7 million in support from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. The expansion aims to improve public access to and engagement with high-quality art and elevate the work of recognized and up-and-coming artists. “Art has the power to transform people and […]

‘PBS NewsHour’ Correspondent Jane Ferguson Receives Polk Award

‘PBS NewsHour’ Launches West Coast Bureau

‘PBS NewsHour’ Adds Foreign Affairs Producer

Why ‘PBS NewsHour’ Won’t Say Trump Lies

‘NewsHour’ Correspondent Betty Ann Bowser Dies

Woodruff Now Solo Anchor of ‘PBS NewsHour’

Eighteen months after the death of PBS NewsHour co-anchor Gwen Ifill, today the show named Managing Editor Judy Woodruff sole anchor of the nightly broadcast.

Yamiche Alcindor Joins ‘PBS NewsHour’

Judy Woodruff, The Woman Of The Hour

Though still mourning her PBS NewsHour co-anchor, Gwen Ifill, Woodruff continues to be a pioneering role model in journalism.

Poynter To Honor Judy Woodruff With Lifetime Award

An Evening Network Newscast That’s Growing

While ratings for the evening newscasts on ABC, CBS and NBC are down compared to February 2016, the venerable PBS NewsHour is growing.

Late Gwen Ifill Honored With Journalism Fellowship

Woodruff: Pence Sees Public Media’s Benefits

PBS NewsHour anchor Judy Woodruff told public broadcasting executives Tuesday that at least one person in President Trump’s administration is “clearly aware of the many benefits” of public media. Woodruff said she “thought it was significant” that Vice President Mike Pence gave NewsHour his first interview after being nominated at the Republican National Convention, as well as his first interview after taking office.

Gwen Ifill Of ‘PBS NewsHour’ Dies At 61

A former reporter for The New York Times and The Washington Post, Ifill switched to television in the 1990s and covered politics and Congress for NBC News. She moved to PBS in 1999 as host of Washington Week and also worked for the nightly PBS NewsHour. She and Judy Woodruff were named NewsHour co-anchors in 2013.

Gwen Ifill Wins John Chancellor Award

‘PBS NewsHour’ To Host Town Hall With Obama

PBS’s Gwen Ifill Takes Health-Related Leave

John Yang Joins ‘PBS NewsHour’

‘PBS NewsHour’ Archive To Be Digitized

Public media producer WGBH Boston, the Library of Congress and WETA Washington will digitize, preserve and allow the public online access to PBS NewsHour’s predecessor programs from 1975 to 2007, made possible with funding from the Council on Library and Information Resources. The project will digitize nearly 10,000 programs comprising more than 8,000 recorded hours that chronicle American and foreign affairs, providing access to original source material.

‘PBS NewsHour’ Gets New Set, Graphics, Music

‘NewsHour,’ NPR Unite For Election Coverage

NPR News and PBS NewsHour will cover the 2016 political conventions together: one team of journalists and one broadcast, designed to work for radio and television as well as digital audiences.

‘PBS NewsHour’ Finding Its Online Mojo

The PBS NewsHour relaunched its website in February 2014 and has since seen a significant jump in its traffic. January 2015 marked its highest monthly page views ever — 9.4 million over 4.1 million the same time last year. There’s now more of an effort to bridge online and on-air content and a much more mobile-friendly iteration, and it’s paying off.

Atlantic, ‘NewsHour’ Reports Begin Tonight

The pages of The Atlantic are coming to television in a new partnership with PBS NewsHour that will produce and air the first regular broadcast adaptation of Atlantic reporting. For the series, which premieres tonight, NewsHour and The Atlantic are collaborating to produce TV segments based on the magazine’s cover and feature stories for air on the NewsHour and to run online at and

ABC Vet Sara Just Named ‘PBS NewsHour’ EP

The former Washington deputy bureau chief for ABC News, says she wants to modernize the venerable public broadcasting news program.

Critic Hits ‘NewsHour’ For Reruns, PBS Promotions

Why Ray Suarez Left ‘PBS Newshour’

‘PBS NewsHour’ Has Lost 48% Of Viewers In 8 Years