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2006: Most Heavily-Used Reporters

White House correspondents saw the most airtime in 2006, according to the Tyndall Report. In addition, “the Pentagon became a primary assignment, with CBS’ David Martin and NBC’s Jim Miklaszewski attracting Top Five rankings in airtime. In 2005, neither was among the Top 20.”

Here’s the list of the top 20 most heavily-used reporters in 2006:


Net Name AssignmentMinutes

NBC
David Gregory White House 315

ABC
Martha Raddatz White House 279

CBS

Jim Axelrod
White House 276

CBS

David Martin
Pentagon 252

NBC

Jim Miklaszewski
Pentagon 222

ABC

Dan Harris
Domestic 220

NBC

Robert Bazell
Medicine 210

NBC

Pete Williams
Justice 204

CBS

Lara Logan
Foreign 198

NBC

Chip Reid
Capitol Hill 196

CBS

Byron Pitts
Domestic 193

NBC

Andrea Mitchell
State Department 188

NBC

Richard Engel
Baghdad/Beirut 187

NBC

Lisa Myers
Investigative Unit 187

ABC

George Stephanopoulos
DC Bureau 186

ABC

Jonathan Karl
Pentagon 185

ABC

Lisa Stark
DC Bureau 184

NBC

Tom Costello
DC Bureau 179

ABC

Jake Tapper
DC Bureau 174

ABC

Brian Ross
Investigative Unit 173

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