Judy Woodruff celebrates four decades in broadcast journalism

Oklahoma native Judy Woodruff is celebrating her 10{+t}{+h} election coverage. Born in Tulsa, she has worked for the Today Show, CNN and PBS.
BY CONNER ROHWER Crohwer@opubco.com Modified: July 24, 2012 at 12:22 am •  Published: July 24, 2012

Oklahoma native Judy Woodruff is covering her 10th presidential election this year as a journalist. Her career spans four decades and several news stations, but she didn't pick journalism until after college. She was born in Tulsa but is currently based in Washington, where she covers politics for “Newshour” on PBS.

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Everybody would love to be the first to break a story, but it is more important to get it right. At 'NewsHour,' our mantra is ‘Get it right. Period.'”

Judy Woodruff

Tulsa native and Political reporter

for PBS

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