Judy Woodruff in the early 1980s (left) and a current photograph of the sole PBS NewsHour anchor.
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Judy Woodruff in the early 1980s (left) and a current photograph of the sole PBS NewsHour anchor.

Last month, Georgia Broadcast Hall of Famer Judy Woodruff was named sole anchor of PBS NewsHour.

Woodruff began her journalism career as a reporter in Atlanta. Since her early days in broadcast journalism, she has covered presidential campaigns and the White House. 

On Second Thought host Tony Harris spoke with Woodruff about her Georgia roots, fair reporting in the fake news era and covering the Trump administration. 

On Second Thought host Tony Harris speaks with PBS NewsHour anchor Judy Woodruff.