Tag: 50th anniversary celebration

Judy Woodruff of PBS NewsHour speaks on objectivity, polarized media landscape during GJR’s 50th virtual anniversary celebration

Before she was considered a “beacon of professionalism and civility” in the journalism industry, PBS NewsHour Anchor Judy Woodruff was starting out at a local television station in Atlanta in an era where women were lucky to be hired in broadcast journalism.   Virtually, Woodruff was honored by Gateway Journalism Review, formerly the St. Louis Journalism

Gateway Journalism Review celebrates 50 years, honors St. Louis locals with Whistleblower and Freedom Fighter awards

St. Louis Post-Dispatch reporter Jeremy Kohler and St. Louis Attorney Mark Pedroli will be honored by Gateway Journalism Review this week for keeping tabs on St. Louis County government and transparency within Missouri’s government. Additionally, GJR will present PBS Newshour’s anchor Judy Woodruff a Lifetime Achievement Award at the magazine’s 50th anniversary virtual celebration on

Judy Woodruff to speak about the election at Oct. 13 GJR event

Judy Woodruff, a veteran broadcaster who has been in the television industry for more than 40 years, will discuss the election at Gateway Journalism Review’s  fall fundraiser on Oct. 13. She will be interviewed by Jon Sawyer, director of the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting who will also present her with the Lifetime Achievement Award.