For more than a century the National Press Club has been the place where journalists and policymakers gather to share information and exchange views. Now the conversation has moved online to press.org. If you want to find the digital space where journalists and sources are viewing dynamic content you have found it at press.org. While the 3,400 members of the National Press Club make this an insiders site, the overall web audience includes many more journalists who are across town or around the world. The content on Press.org gathers them all for you in one place. If you have an advertising message for these insiders and the policymakers and communications professionals who are focused on the great issues of the day then press.org should be part of your communications strategy. If you are running an advocacy or awareness campaign you can make press and insiders aware of what you are doing instantly with press.org.
A go-to location for media to keep informed on news conferences and panel discussion happening at the club.
Reporting by membership on the recent news events happening at the club including the National Press Club Luncheon Series, Newsmaker Series, and partnership events like the Kalb Report and the University of Virginia’s Debate Series.
This area of the site is for members keeping them up to date on club offerings and club events. This area becomes the most targeted offering reaching only our membership, maximizing your advertising dollar.
This area of the site is for members keeping them up to date on club offerings and club events. This area becomes the most targeted offering reaching only our membership, maximizing your advertising dollar
This section of the site will be “the conversation” on the future of journalism in America. This ongoing discussion will feature those who have seen journalism evolve from Edward Murrow to Watergate to Twitter and those leading the charge in the new era of journalism. Every other week, press.org will feature a new insight and perspective on the future of journalism from the likes of Helen Thomas, Luke Russert, Bob Schieffer, Rupert Murdoc, Matt Drudge and Arianna Huffington. Press.org will encourage its membership and the general public to weigh in on the commentary creating a global conversation on the topic. This section will be a must read for the journalism and communications community trying to stay ahead of the media trends and to help shape the future of the industry.
The National Press Club is a 102-year old organization that has been at the center of the journalism community in Washington and the issues affecting our Nation and the world. Press.org has become the digital representation of that heritage, allowing your cause, platform, or issue be heard where it matters most – within the journalism community. Our various platforms provide advertisers the opportunity to reach this community in a way that works best for your communications strategy.
You can reach 3,400 journalists and communications professionals instantaneously with our e-newsletter advertising. The National Press Club e-newsletter, the Wire, is the primary communication to our membership. The newsletter reports on news and noteworthy events in the Club and highlights upcoming events, making it a must read for our members. It is the perfect vehicle for you to communicate your organization’s message to our membership.
Our daybook is the most trafficked section of our website, where journalists and media professionals go to view where news is happening at the Club. This sponsorship gets placement where those key eyes are looking on press.org, maximizing your campaign’s impact. “This Week from the National Press Club” is a weekly email blast that goes out to our 3,500 members letting them know about what is going on at the club that week. By choosing a week-long sponsorship of the calendar, you will receive branding within the email blast as well.