Judy Muller reports for World News Tonight with Peter Jennings, Nightline, 20/20 and other ABCNEWS broadcasts.
Since she joined ABCNEWS in 1990, she has covered such stories as the trial of Rodney King and the subsequent riots in Los Angeles in 1992, the 1994 Los Angeles earthquake and the O.J. Simpson case. She is a regular contributor to NPR’s Morning Edition, and is the author of Now This…Radio, Television and the Real World.
Prior to joining ABCNEWS, Muller spent nine years as a correspondent for CBS News, where she was a contributor to CBS News Sunday Morning and the CBS Weekend News. For CBS News Radio, she anchored First Line Report and Correspondent’s Notebook and was a summer anchor for The Osgood File. Muller also anchored hourly newscasts and covered the space shuttle program, both national and political conventions in 1988 and the 1988 Bush presidential campaign.
Muller was previously an anchor/reporter for KHOW-AM in Denver from 1979-1981 and WHWH-WPST in Princeton, N.J., from 1977-1979. She began her career in journalism as a reporter for The Colonial News in Freehold, N.J., and Today in Parlin, N.J. From 1970 to 1973, Muller was a high school English teacher in Metuchen, N.J.
A 1969 graduate of Mary Washington College of the University of Virginia, Muller has received several journalism honors, including a Colorado Sigma Delta Chi Award in 1981, an American Bar Association Award in 1980 and a New Jersey Broadcasters Association Award in 1979. She was also part of the Nightline team that received a duPont-Columbia Award and an Emmy Award for coverage of the 1992 Los Angeles riots and for the O.J. Simpson case.