Reporters Hitting Campaign Trail for NBC

Jun 15, 2007  •  Post A Comment

Political reporters will begin embedding with presidential campaigns this summer to report for NBC News, MSNBC, MSNBC.com and other NBC platforms and for the National Journal Group’s National Journal, the Hotline and CongressDaily.
The video journalists, as they first did during the 2004 presidential campaign, will blog and file video, audio and text dispatches from the trail, functioning essentially as one-person mobile bureaus.
“There is nothing like being there, up close and personal, when it comes to covering a presidential election, and this allows us to be there in a very big way,” NBC News President Steve Capus said in Friday’s announcement of the expanded partnership with the National Journal Group.
“Our team of reporters on the road with the candidates will be in a unique position to report all aspects of this dynamic story for every single one of our platforms,” he added.
“Having this team of reporters on the trail with the candidates and their top staff day in and day out will provide our audience of political junkies with the inside stories and interesting tidbits that they otherwise would not get,” said John Fox Sullivan, National Journal Group publisher and CEO. “We’re excited to be able to work with NBC News to offer our readers this expanded coverage of what is already a fascinating and highly contested election season.”
(Editor: Horowitz)


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