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Martha Raddatz


Martha Raddatz was born on February 14, 1953 in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA. She is a writer, known for Washington Week in Review (1967), This Week (1996) and Good Morning America (1975). She is married to Tom Gjelten. She was previously married to Julius Genachowski and Ben Bradlee Jr.. See full bio »

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Washington Week in Review
Washington Week in Review Herself / Herself - Panelist
(2006-2014)
This Week
This Week Herself - Guest Hostess / Herself / Herself - Senior Foreign Affairs Correspondent / Herself - Chief Global Affairs Correspondent / Herself - ABC News Correspondent / Herself - Co- Anchor / Herself - Correspondent / Herself - Powerhouse Roundtable Panelist / Herself - Substitute Anchor / Herself - Substitute Moderator
(2005-2017)
Good Morning America
Good Morning America Herself - Chief Global Affairs Correspondent / Herself - Senior Foreign Affairs Correspondent / Herself / Herself - Senior Foreign Affairs Corresponden
(2010-2017)
ABC News Nightline
ABC News Nightline Herself - Chief Global Affairs Correspondent / Herself - Correspondent / Herself - Senior Foreign Affairs Correspondent
(2002-2014)

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Moderator of the 2012 vice-presidential debate, between Paul Ryan and Joe Biden, on October 11, 2012. See more »

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