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Sam Youngman's Goodbye Soir e is 'The Other Side of This Town' - Posted October 2, 2013
A sizable gathering of journos packed into the dimly-lit Oyster Bar of Old Ebbitt Grill last night to bid farewell to Sam Youngman, who's headed to Lexington, Ky. to shake things up at the Kentucky-Herald Leader. "It's so easy to sh-t all ove... [PRNewser]

Sam Youngman's Goodbye Soir e is 'The Other Side of This Town' - Posted October 2, 2013
A sizable gathering of journos packed into the dimly-lit Oyster Bar of Old Ebbitt Grill last night to bid farewell to Sam Youngman, who's headed to Lexington, Ky. to shake things up at the Kentucky-Herald Leader. "It's so easy to sh-t all ove... [FishbowlDC]

Caren Bohan Returns to Reuters - Posted February 27, 2013
Caren Bohan is returning to Reuters from National Journal as a domestic policy correspondent. Bohan, a past president of the White House Correspondents' Association, spent decades at Reuters before moving to N... [FishbowlDC]

No TV Reporters Called on During Obama News Conference - Posted June 8, 2012
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Decker Gets POTUS Radio Series - Posted September 16, 2011
Starting this weekend, SiriusXM's POTUS will air "White House Insider," a new series hosted by 20-year veteran White House correspondent Jon Decker. Each week, Decker and his guests will offer listeners a behind-the-scenes look at the White H... [FishbowlDC]

A First and Lasts at Today's Obama News Conference - Posted June 29, 2011
Comings and goings for the TV press corps at today's White House news conference. This is the first newser for Jessica Yellin, as CNN's Chief White House correspondent. And this could... [TVNewser]

Group Raises Holy Hell Against Fox News Getting Helen's Seat - They Prefer NPR to Fox News - Posted July 30, 2010
A progressive group called CREDO Action is trying to persuade the White House Correspondents' Association that Fox News is not a legitimate news organization and should not get former White House scribe Helen Thomas's front row seat. The board meets Sunday to decide. Becky Bond, the group's political director, wrote a scathing... [FishbowlDC]

CNN's Ed Henry to Vote for Fox News to get Front Row Briefing Room Seat - Posted June 9, 2010
TVNewser has learned CNN White House correspondent and White House Correspondents Association officer Ed Henry will vote for Fox News to take over the front row White House briefing room seat vacated earlier this week with the ... [TVNewser]

Hanks Gives WH Press a Jolt - Posted April 21, 2010
Earlier today, Tammy Haddad delivered a new espresso maker gifted by actor Tom Hanks to the White House press room. As you can see from the picture of Bloomberg's Ed Chen, President of the White House ... [FishbowlDC]

Who Will Get Called On Tonight? A Look Back At Obama's Pressers - Posted July 22, 2009
Tonight is President Obama's fourth prime-time press conference, fifth overall. Each presser has lasted about an hour and averages 13 reporters' questions. Fox did not air Obama's 100th day press conference, the third, on the network and will not tonight either. In his first prime-time press conference Feb. 9th, the President called... [FishbowlDC]

WHCA Election Results: Examiner's Mason, Newsweek's Bailey, NPR's Gonyea and Reuter's Bohan Win Seats - Posted July 17, 2009
And the winner is... The White House Correspondents Association election board results are in. Congratulations to 2011-2012 President Caren Bohan of Reuters. The at-large seat goes to the Examiner's Julie Mason, the radio seat to NPR's Don Gonyea... [FishbowlDC]

Obama Calls On Helen & HuffPost In First Primetime Press Conference - Posted February 9, 2009
President Obama's first primetime press conference ran about an hour long and he took 13 questions from reporters. Who got questions? In order: AP's Jennifer Loven, Reuters' Caren Bohan, CBS' ... [FishbowlDC]

Did You Make Obama's Cut? - Posted July 21, 2008
There are so many journalists eager to join Sen. Barack Obama on his European trip that the campaign simply can't accommodate all of them on the plane. Lynn Sweet blogged a few days back: ... [FishbowlDC]

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