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She reads some five news aggregation sites on the Internet and “dips” into as many newspapers each day.It’s all part of the routine for Ifill, a reporter-anchor Monday through Wednesday for “The News Hour,” the daily in-depth news reporting program on PBS, and managing editor and moderator of “Washington Week,” the widely-respected and watched weekend news and analysis program, also on PBS.by Reginald Stuart It’s another busy day in the life of Gwen Ifill. She’s making and receiving phone calls about news developments around the nation and world.Back-to-back meetings about topics that may be covered on one of her television news programs. She’s tweeting and blogging and giving interviews on the telephone to the local all-news radio station.“But she’s an in-depth, non-partisan, no-frills part of journalism that’s becoming increasingly rare. She’s really kind of a throwback in some ways.” On this day, “Washington Week” is being taped for weekend airing. C.-area PBS station, Ifill is clothed in a black and white print dress with a royal blue jacket. The next half hour features Ifill holding court with a panel of fellow distinguished journalists discussing a myriad of issues of the day from the presidential contest between former Massachusetts Gov.With a resume that boasts experience as a reporter for the and NBC News, the New York City-born Simmons College graduate has emerged in recent years as one of the most respected journalists in the nation.She’s done it with class and a trademark style that is a far cry from the direction in which more and more news and entertainment programs have gone to draw viewers.In what one colleague characterized as a throwback to journalism that preceded much of what is touted today as journalism, Ifill effectively holds court with colleagues who don’t go for the drama or shock treatment of their viewers.
Just a civil discussion of the issues and the people involved.
“I’ve landed at the perfect place where there is no reward for yelling,” says Ifill, who got her start in journalism as a rookie reporter at the as the city was immersed in racial strife over efforts to desegregate its public schools.