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What time does Washington Week start?

What time does Washington Week start?

8pm ET
Washington Week is the longest-running primetime news and public affairs program on television. The show features a group of journalists participating in a roundtable discussion of major news events and can be found at 8pm ET on most local PBS stations.

Who was previous host of Washington Week?

Washington Week
Presented by John Davenport (1967–68) Lincoln Furber (1968–69) Max Kampelman (1969–71) Robert MacNeil (1971–74) Paul Duke (1974–94) Ken Bode (1994–99) Gwen Ifill (1999–2016) Robert Costa (2017–2021) Yamiche Alcindor (2021–present)
Narrated by Paul Anthony
Country of origin United States

What channel does Washington Week come on?

National Educational Television
Washington Week/Networks

Who is the host of Washington Week on PBS?

Yamiche Alcindor
She succeeds Robert Costa at a program best known as the longtime home of the anchor Gwen Ifill.

Is Bob Acosta married?

The reporter does not talk much about his private life, he is quite active in social media, but he never mentioned that he has a wife or children. Most likely he is not married, and more concentrated on his job and career development. All the talks about Robert Costa wife are guesses so far.

What happened to Washington Week host?

On January 1, 2021, Costa hosted his last episode of the Washington Week program on PBS. He left the television program to write a book with Bob Woodward. The book, entitled Peril, was released in September 2021.

What happened to the previous host of Washington Week?

Where is the PBS NewsHour studio?

PBS NewsHour
Original language English
Executive producers Sara Just (weekday editions) Rachel Wellford (weekend editions)
Production locations WETA-TV studios, Arlington County, Virginia Arizona State University, Phoenix, Arizona (Western editions)

What happened to host of Washington Week?

What ethnicity is Bob Costa?

He is of partial Italian descent. He grew up in Lower Makefield Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, where he attended Pennsbury High School and graduated in 2004.

Is Judy Woodruff retiring from PBS?

WASHINGTON — Judy Woodruff says she’ll be stepping down as anchor of PBS’ nightly “NewsHour” program at the end of the year. Woodruff, 75, said she will report longer pieces for “NewsHour” and do other projects and specials for public television, at least through the 2024 presidential election.

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