Jonathan Weisman

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Jonathan Weisman is a Deputy Editor for the Washington Bureau in the New York Times with 56 videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 1996 Interview as a Correspondent for the Congressional Quarterly. The year with the most videos was 2010 with 23 videos as a Correspondent for the Wall Street Journal. The year with the highest average number of views per program was 2009 with an average of 4,504 views per program. Most appearances with Robert Gibbs (28), Chip Reid (23), Jake Tapper (20). Most common tags: Washington Politics, BP Oil Spill, Federal Budget.

Appearances by Title:c. January 1, 2017 - Present Deputy Editor, Washington Bureau, [New York Times]

Videos: 3 c. January 1, 2015 - Present Correspondent, Economic Policy, [New York Times]

Videos: 2 January 1, 2012 - Present Correspondent, Congress, [New York Times]

Videos: 2 c. January 6, 2009 - Present Correspondent, [Wall Street Journal]

Videos: 34 c. January 1, 2006 - Present Staff Writer, [Washington Post]

Videos: 1 c. January 1, 2002 - Present Correspondent, Economics, [Washington Post]

Videos: 6 c. September 6, 2001 - Present Correspondent, Economics, [USA Today]

Videos: 1


Correspondent, Congress, [Baltimore Sun] c. March 12, 1998 - c. January 1, 2001 Videos: 6 Correspondent, CQ Roll Call c. July 24, 1996 - c. March 12, 1998 Videos: 1

Recent Appearances

  • <em>Semitism</em>


    In an interview at the National Press Club’s Book Fair, the New York Time's Jonathan Weismanon talked about his book,…

  • <em>Semitism</em>


    New York Times editor Jonathan Weisman discussed what he views as the challenges of being a Jewish-American during the Trump…

  • <em>How Do I Explain This to My Kids?</em>

    How Do I Explain This to My Kids?

    Journalists Ben Wofford and Mehdi Hasan and child psychologist Ava Siegler talked about their book How Do I Explain This to…

  • Open Phones

    Open Phones

    Telephone lines were open for viewer responses to the question: “What is the effectiveness of the 114th Congress after its first 100…

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