Yamiche Alcindor To Exit PBS‘s ’Washington Week’

Yamiche Alcindor, the veteran Washington correspondent who has moderated PBS’s Washington Week since the spring of 2021. is stepping down from the show, according to a memo sent to staffers Monday. Alcindor “has now decided to conclude her tenure with the program as she focuses full-time on her work at NBC and on her forthcoming book,” said Sharon Rockefeller, president and CEO of WETA Washington, the PBS station that produces the program, in a memo. No replacement for Alcindor has been named yet.

The Washingtonians We’ll Watch In Fall 2022

Primaries are now well underway, and the 2022 midterm elections are a focus for news organizations already preparing for what’s certain to be a contentious 2024 presidential campaign. With that in mind, The Hollywood Reporter highlights some of the Beltway-based news personalities and executives poised to play a leading role in the months (and years) ahead.

The Biden Sit-Down That Split PBS

NBC News Hires Yamiche Alcindor As Washington Correspondent

Norah O’Donnell, Yamiche Alcindor Earn Washington Women In Journalism Awards

TV’s Top White House Correspondents (All Female) On Covering Trump, Biden And Becoming The Story

ABC’s Cecilia Vega, CBS’s Nancy Cordes, NBC’s Kristen Welker, CNN’s Kaitlan Collins and PBS’s Yamiche Alcindor open up about holding the current administration to account while lifting each other up: “We’ve got each other’s backs.”

PBS Names Yamiche Alcindor Host Of ‘Washington Week’

She succeeds Robert Costa at a program best known as the longtime home of the anchor Gwen Ifill.

RTDNA Honors Pitts, Alcindor With White, Hogan Awards

Reporters Who Get Under Trump’s Skin

Yamiche Alcindor, Kaitlan Collins and Weijia Jiang symbolize the test of covering a White House like none other, with a president who views the press as an enemy yet is accessible almost daily. A question may elicit a candid response, misdirection, falsehood or attack — you never know what’s coming.

NAB 2019

NAB Show To Feature White House Press

TV and radio correspondents from ABC, CBS, NBC and PBS will be on hand in Las Vegas to offer
“Tales From the White House Beat.”

Yamiche Alcindor Joins ‘PBS NewsHour’