C-SPAN’s “Washington Journal” hit the road early this morning to pay a visit to Yahoo! News’ newsroom. They had three of their journalists on the program. Sequentially, starting at 7:45 a.m. — ouch! — they had Chief Washington Correspondent Olivier Knox, Political Reporter Chris Moody and White House Correspondent Rachel Rose Hartman.
In C-SPAN’s history of showing newsrooms (Washington Star in 1980, Baltimore Sun 1983, USA Today 1983, Chicago Tribune 1984, Denver Post 1984), this is the first time they’ve ever gone remote into a non-print publication.
What other publications has C-SPAN visited? Also: see Moody from this morning…
The list includes: Rocky Mountain News, Time mag, TWT, Roll Call, New York Post, Arizona Republic, London Financial Times, U.S. News & World Report, The Hotline (at the time also had a printed out version), and the Des Moines Register.
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