Changing Washington press corps topic of latest Club podcast
December 6, 2015 | By Shannon Fisher | firstname.lastname@example.org
The changing Washington press corps is the focus of the current edition of Update-1, the podcast of the National Press Club.
Club member Shannon Fisher interviews the Pew Research Center's Associate Research Director Jesse Holcomb about Pew's just-released report detailing the changes. In its key finding, the study shows that niche publications now outnumber both daily newspapers and wire services.
The results of the Pew study raise questions about the relative cost-effectiveness of using D.C.-based correspondents, as well as the relevance to local readers, compared with acquiring information from wire services.
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