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PBS NewsHour

TELEVISION PROGRAM

Venerable non-commercial newscast broadcast, formerly The MacNeil/Lehrer Report, broadcast on PBS. Giving a summary of the news followed by "magazine" style segments, interviews, or roundtables, the News Hour is the best daily American news program, giving coverage to a depth not seen on any of the other networks.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Michael Beschloss
Historian
30-Nov-1955   The Conquerors
David Brooks
Columnist
11-Aug-1961   Shields and Brooks
John Burns
Journalist
4-Oct-1944   New York Times correspondent
Elizabeth Farnsworth
Journalist
c. 1943   News Hour anchor
David Gergen
Columnist
9-May-1942   Advisor to Nixon, Reagan, Bush, Clinton
Paul Gigot
Columnist
1955   Wall Street Journal columnist
Doris Kearns Goodwin
Historian
4-Jan-1943   Team of Rivals
Jan Crawford Greenburg
Journalist
c. 1965   Chicago Tribune legal reporter
Charlayne Hunter-Gault
TV Personality
27-Feb-1942   NPR, NewsHour reporter
Gwen Ifill
Journalist
29-Sep-1955   Washington Week, Lehrer News Hour
Jim Lehrer
Journalist
19-May-1934   PBS NewsHour
Robert MacNeil
Journalist
19-Jan-1931   MacNeil/Lehrer Report
Ruth A. Marcus
Columnist
1958   Washington Post columnist
Roger Mudd
Journalist
9-Feb-1928   Newscaster
Richard Rodriguez
Essayist
31-Jul-1944   Hunger of Memory
Mark Shields
Columnist
25-May-1937   Shields and Brooks
Paul Solman
Journalist
1944   PBS News Hour Economics Correspondent
Ray Suarez
Journalist
5-Mar-1957   Correspondent for Lehrer News Hour
Margaret Warner
Journalist
c. 1949   PBS News Hour Correspondent
David Wessel
Journalist
c. 1953   Wall Street Journal
Judy Woodruff
Journalist
20-Nov-1946   PBS newscaster


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