Fellows & Editors

 

George Judson

Trip:
China 2010
Affiliation:
"Marketplace"
Country:
China
Year:
2010

George Judson is the managing editor of “Marketplace,” a public radio program focusing on the economy, business and money with a weekly audience of nine million. He supervises six editors and 18 reporters for the three separate programs that “Marketplace” produces. Judson leads the daily news meeting and works with the producers and editors to decide daily assignments. Prior to joining “Marketplace” in 2007, he was an assistant managing editor at The San Francisco Chronicle, directing investigative reporting and special project. Previously he was an assistant managing editor at The San Jose Mercury News for four years, directing investigative and special projects. From 1984 to 2000 he was a reporter and editor for The New York Times, focusing on coverage of education, development and criminal justice. Previously, he worked at The Hartford Courant, as an editor/writer at Tulane University and got his start in journalism with the Waterbury (Connecticut) Republican. He obtained a BA in History from Antioch College.

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