The House Radio & TV Gallery is on the cusp of completing their board elections.Voting has been taking place yesterday and today.
Reporters found this pitch on their chairs yesterday. It’s from FNC cameraman John Wallace, a 27-year veteran of the Washington News Corps. “I understand first hand, what you need, and I am anxious to make a difference on the board,” he writes in an all caps memo. …WE ALL NEED TO PUSH THE ENVELOPE WITH NEW AND INNOVATIVE WAYS OF COVERING THE MEMBERS.” He adds that the advent of new technology (smaller cameras and such) requires someone on the committee who actually uses these devices. He says he does.
We’ll keep you posted on who wins. In other news, the annual TV Gallery Christmas party is tonight in the Gallery.
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