Robert Krulwich is a network correspondent for ABC News and reports for Nightline, World News Tonight, Prime Time Live, and Good Morning America. With Ted Koppel, he co-hosted the eight-part series Brave New World, which probed the "eight biggest questions facing humankind." With Barbara Walters, he explored possible cures for cancer and reported on the AIDS epidemic.
Mr. Krulwich also is a correspondent on the PBS series Frontline, where his work earned him a Dupont Award, an Emmy, and a George Polk Award. Formerly, he anchored a cultural affairs series on PBS (and a simultaneous series on the BBC) called The Edge. He also has hosted Live at Lincoln Center and appeared on Jay Leno's Tonight Show.
Before joining ABC in 1994, Mr. Krulwich appeared regularly on CBS This Morning, 48 Hours, and Nightwatch with Charlie Rose. During the Gulf War, he co-anchored the CBS program, America Tonight. From 1978 to 1985, he was business and economics correspondent for National Public Radio and still contributes to NPR. In 1974 he covered the Watergate Hearings for Pacifica Radio, and in 1976 he was Washington bureau chief for Rolling Stone.
Mr. Krulwich's numerous awards include four consecutive Gainsbrugh Awards from the Economics Broadcasting Association, a Champion Award from the Amos Tuck Business School, and PBS's special award for Programming Excellence. His ABC Special on Barbie, a cultural history of the world famous doll, won an Emmy.
He received a B.A. in history from Oberlin College and a J.D. from Columbia Law School.