John Donvan Caren Zucker

News correspondent for ABC News’ “Nightline” John Donvan is most known for his war reporting.

He has built a reputation throughout his television career reporting from places such as Jerusalem, Europe, the Middle East and Africa since 1982.

He has contributed to news outlets including ABC Radio, ABC television, CNN and ABC News’ magazine programs, “World News Tonight” and “Good Morning America.” He has been awarded two Emmys, several Overseas Press Club Awards, two Cine Golden Eagles, been honored by the National Association of Black Journalists and the Committee of 100 and the Media Action Network for Asian-Americans.

Emmy-nominated journalist and ABC television producer Caren Zucker is known for her coverage of 9/11, presidential campaigns, social trends and the Olympic games – but she changed the direction of her reporting when her oldest son was diagnosed with autism.

She now works alongside Donvan to inform audiences and give them a better understanding of the realities of autism.

As a team, Donvan and Zucker have been collaborating on autism stories since 2000.

They created the ABC series “Echoes of Autism,” and Zucker produced the series “Autism Now” for PBS NewsHour

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