Punchbowl News is an online political news daily, in Washington, D.C., which debuted January 3, 2021 as "a membership-based news community," which focuses on the individuals "who power the US legislature." It intends to be non-partisan and non-judgemental, focusing on scoops and facts about Congress and the Washington power establishment, particularly core power-players.[https://www.nytimes.com/2021/01/03/business/media/punchbowl-playbook-capitol-hill-politics.html "The Media Equation: They Seem to Think the Next Four Years Will Be Normal: A Beltway school of journalism wants to get back to just-the-facts-ma’am reporting..."], January 3, 2021, New York Times, retrieved April 19, 2021[https://muckrack.com/media-outlet/punchbowl-news "Punchbowl,"], 2021, Muckrack, retrieved April 19, 2021Vernon, Pete: [https://www.cjr.org/q_and_a/jake-sherman-punchbowl-politico.php "Q&A: Punchbowl’s Jake Sherman on Capitol coverage in the new Washington,"] January 19, 2021, Columbia Journalism Review, retrieved April 19, 2021 Wikipedia*
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Punchbowl News has hosted 6 events in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first program was a 2021 Interview. The year with the most events was 2022 with four events. Most appearances with Anna Palmer (6), Jake Sherman (3).