How to Establish Good Relations with the Press
The Campaign Management Institute at American University hosted a panel of two reporters and a press secretary on the issues of… read more
The Campaign Management Institute at American University hosted a panel of two reporters and a press secretary on the issues of establishing a positive relationship with the press. Panelists discussed their own interactions with different campaigns and how those interactions influenced their opinions of the campaigns. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Richard L. Berke Correspondent New York Times->Politics
- Brooks Jackson Correspondent Wall Street Journal->Investigative Reporting
- M. Peter McPherson Deputy Secretary Department of the Treasury
- William Sweeney Jr. Director American University->Campaign Management Institute
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