Press and the Presidency
Mr. Lockhart and Mr. Carney talked about the relationship between the president and the press. Among the topics they… read more
Mr. Lockhart and Mr. Carney talked about the relationship between the president and the press. Among the topics they addressed were televised coverage of government press briefings, the role of the media and the presidential press secretary, the relationship between the press and the Bush administration, and their experiences in the White House. They also responded to questions from the students.
The class was conducted from the University of Denver by broadband feed with a C-SPAN Washington studio and other distance learning classes.
This course is a partnership between C-SPAN, The Cable Center and the University of Denver. The copyright for this program is held by The Cable Center. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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- James "Jay" Carney Bureau Chief Time Magazine->Washington, DC
- Joseph "Joe" Lockhart Senior Adviser Kerry Presidential Campaign
- Steven Scully Adjunct Professor University of Denver
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