White House press corps

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The White House press corps is comprised of members of the media assigned by their employers to cover the President of the United States on a regular basis. They are represented by the White House Correspondents Association, which establishes rules of conduct and acts as a mediator in case of disputes between the government and the media.[1]


Members

2010 Media Organizations

ABC | Agence France Presse | American Urban Radio Networks | Associated Press | Bloomberg | CBS | Chicago Tribune | CBN | Christian Science Monitor | Copley News Service | Cox News Service | CNN | Dallas Morning News | Dow Jones | Financial Times | Fox News | Hearst | Houston Chronicle | Human Events || Los Angeles Times | McClatchy | National Journal | National Public Radio | National Review | NBC | Newsweek | New York Daily News | New York Times | Reuters | Salem Radio Network | Scripps Howard | Slate | Talk Radio Network | Time | USA Today/Gannett | U.S. News | Voice of America | Wall Street Journal | Washington Examiner | The Washington Post | Washington Times


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