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Telemundo Scores Interview With President Obama - Posted March 27, 2013
NBC's Spanish-language network Telemundo has scored an exclusive interview with President Obama focusing on immigration reform. Telemundo's chief Washington correspondent Lori Montenegro will interview the President at the White House today. It wil... [TVNewser]

Obama's Post-Election Press Conference - Posted November 14, 2012
President Obama is holding his first press conference in eight months, and the first since he won reelection 8 days ago. As we noted earlier, the networks are breaking into regular programming for the presser. "I hear you have a few questions for me," Obama said as he stepped up to the... [TVNewser]

Pres. Obama: 'I Understand There Are Some Political Contests Going on Tonight' - Posted March 6, 2012
[caption id="attachment_115221" align="aligncenter" width="365" caption="White House correspondents Mike Viqueira (NBC), Ed Henry (FOX), Norah O'Donnell (CBS) and Jake Tapper (ABC) ahead of Pres. Obama news conference, March 6, 2012."][/caption] Pres. Obama began his first news conference of t... [TVNewser]

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]

Who Was Called On? - Posted April 29, 2009
President Obama's news conference this evening lasted pretty exactly an hour as promised to the networks, and he took questions from 13 reporters (lucky 13- President Obama took 13 questions at a previous primetime press conference). In this order: AP's Jennifer Loven (three for ... [FishbowlDC]

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