Bill Wolff( Full name Bill Johnny Wolff) is an American journalist and a television producer. He is the former Executive Producer of the American talk show called The View. Bill has served for years as the vice president of prime-time programming for the cable news channel MSNBC. he as well worked as the executive producer of The Rachel Maddow Show.
Jeff Greenfield is a popular American television journalist and author. As of now, Jeff hosts PBS’s Need To know as well as does political commentary on NBC Nightly News. Previously, Jeff was employed as a speechwriter for Senator Robert F. Kennedy, assisting with RFK’s speech, “On the Mindless Menace of Violence”, as well as on the 1968 Presidential campaign of Robert F. Kennedy. In addition, Jeff also worked as chief speechwriter for New York Mayor John Lindsay.He served seven years with political consultant David Garth.
Ray Suarez (Full name: Rafael Suarez, Jr.) is a popular American broadcast journalist and the recent John J. McCloy Visiting Professor of American Studies at Amherst College. As of now, Ray is one of the US correspondents for Euronews.
Scott Simon is an American renowned journalist working at NPR, an American privately and publicly funded non-profit media organization, where he serves as the host of Weekend Edition Saturday. He also serves as one of the hosts of NPR’s morning news podcast Up First. Scott joined NPR in 1977 as Chicago bureau chief. He has reported from all fifty states in the United States, five continents, and ten wars, from El Salvador to Sarajevo to Afghanistan and even in Iraq.
Miles O’Brien is an American journalist who specializes in science, technology, and also aerospace. He currently serves as a national science correspondent for PBS NewsHour. Mile became part of the network in 2010. In 1982, he was offered his first broadcasting position at WRC-TV based in Washington, DC. Later, Miles became a reporter and anchor at certain TV stations based in Boston, Tampa, Massachusetts, New York, Florida, Albany, as well as St. Joseph, Missouri.
Rick Van Hoose is an American award-winning journalist at WLKY. As of now, Rick anchors the #1 rated 6:00 news and #1 rated 11:00 News. He has been a fixture on WLKY since 1989, but his association goes back further than that… he was raised up just two miles from the TV station.
Nick Schifrin is a popular American PBS NewsHour’s foreign affairs and defense correspondent. Before, Nick served as an Al Jazeera America’s Middle East correspondent and a correspondent for ABC News in London as well as in Afghanistan/Pakistan.
Amna Nawaz is a preeminent American broadcast journalist. As of now, she works at PBS NewsHour as the chief correspondent and substitute anchor since joining in April 2018. Prior to joining PBS NewsHour, Amna worked at ABC News and NBC News as an anchor and correspondent. Furthermore, she has received a number of awards. This includes a Society for Features Journalism award and an Emmy Award.
Judy Woodruff (Full name Judy Carline Woodruff) is an American broadcast journalist. She has been serving the network cable and public television news since 1976. Currently, Judy is an anchor and also a managing editor of PBS NewsHour. She has covered every presidential election as well as convention since 1976. Also, Judy has interviewed some heads of state and also moderated U.S. presidential debates.
Alison Stewart is an American anchor, reporter, and author. In September 2018, Alison became part of the WNYC line up hosting a midday show called “All of It with Alison Stewart.” Currently, She is the host of the book club live event series, titled GET LIT WITH ALL OF IT.