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]


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Members

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

Correspondents

ABC

  1. Ann Compton
  2. Martha Raddatz

Agence France Presse

  1. Olivier Knox
  2. Laurent Lozano

American Urban Radio Networks

  1. April Ryan

Associated Press

  1. Ben Feller
  2. Jennifer Loven
  3. Deb Riechmann
  4. Mark Smith (Radio)

Bloomberg

  1. Edwin Chen
  2. Roger Runningen

CBS

  1. Mark Knoller (Radio)
  2. Peter Maer (Radio)
  3. Bill Plante
  4. Jim Axelrod

Chicago Tribune

  1. Mark Silva

Christian Broadcasting Network

  1. Melissa Charbonneau

Christian Science Monitor

  1. Linda Feldmann

Copley News Service

  1. George E. Condon Jr.
  2. Finlay Lewis

Cox News Service

  1. Bob Deans
  2. Ken Herman


CNN

  1. Ed Henry
  2. Elaine Quijano
  3. Suzanne Malveaux

Dallas Morning News

  1. Todd J. Gillman

Dow Jones Newswires

  1. Henry J. Pulizzi

Financial Times

  1. Edward Luce
  2. Andrew Ward

Fox News

  1. Bret Baier
  2. Wendell Goler

Hearst

  1. Helen Thomas (Resigned 6/7/2010)

Houston Chronicle

  1. Julie Mason

Human Events

  1. John Gizzi

Los Angeles Times

  1. James Gerstenzang
  2. Johanna Neuman

McClatchy

  1. William Douglas
  2. David Lightman

National Journal

  1. Carl M. Cannon
  2. Alexis Simendinger

National Public Radio

  1. Don Gonyea
  2. David Greene

National Review

  1. Byron York

NBC News

  1. David Gregory
  2. John Yang
  3. Kevin Corke

Newsweek

  1. Holly Bailey
  2. Richard Wolffe

New York Daily News

  1. Kenneth R. Bazinet

New York Times

  1. Steven Lee Myers
  2. Sheryl Gay Stolberg

Reuters

  1. Tabassum Zakaria

Salem Radio Network

  1. Greg Clugston

Scripps Howard

  1. Ann McFeatters

Slate

  1. John F. Dickerson

Talk Radio News Service

  1. Ellen Ratner

Time

  1. Massimo Calabresi

USA Today

  1. David Jackson

U.S. News and World Report

  1. Kenneth T. Walsh

Voice of America

  1. Scott Stearns
  2. Paula Wolfson

Wall Street Journal

  1. John D. McKinnon

Washington Examiner

  1. Bill Sammon

The Washington Post

  1. Michael Abramowitz
  2. Dan Eggen

Washington Times

  1. Joseph Curl
  2. Jon Ward

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