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KPBS Upper Level Producers Club with Judy Woodruff

KPBS Upper Level Producers Club members had the opportunity to meet and greet with PBS NewsHour Co-Anchor Judy Woodruff and the Friends of the NewsHour during breakfast at The Westgate Hotel on Sunday, May 1, 2016. Woodruff spoke about her experiences as the co-anchor of PBS NewsHour. The Director of Friends of the NewsHour Franmarie Kennedy also spoke about their partnership with local PBS stations.

KPBS General Manager Tom Karlo and his wife Julie Karlo with Judy Woodruff

KPBS General Manager Tom Karlo and his wife Julie Karlo with Judy Woodruff

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KPBS Producers Club members Bob Kilian and Kathleen Slayton with Judy Woodruff

KPBS Producers Club members Bob Kilian and Kathleen Slayton with Judy Woodruff

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KPBS Producers Club members Jack and Carolyn Raymond with Judy Woodruff

KPBS Producers Club members Jack and Carolyn Raymond with Judy Woodruff

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KPBS Producers Club members Frank and Victoria Hobbs with Judy Woodruff

KPBS Producers Club members Frank and Victoria Hobbs with Judy Woodruff

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KPBS Producers Club members Sam and Kim Dychter, with baby Zachary Dychter, and Judy Woodruff

KPBS Producers Club members Sam and Kim Dychter, with baby Zachary Dychter, and Judy Woodruff

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KPBS Producers Club member Richard Ayer with Judy Woodruff

KPBS Producers Club member Richard Ayer with Judy Woodruff

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KPBS Producers Club member Mary Matava with Judy Woodruff

KPBS Producers Club member Mary Matava with Judy Woodruff

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KPBS Development Team with Judy Woodruff

KPBS Development Team with Judy Woodruff

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KPBS Videographer Roland Lizorando with Judy Woodruff

KPBS Videographer Roland Lizorando with Judy Woodruff

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