The press in Washington; sixteen top newsmen tell how the news is collected, written, and communicated from the world's most important capital. Introd. by J. Russell Wiggins.

New York Dodd, Mead [1966] .

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Subjects Government and the press -- United States.
Government and the press.
Journalism -- Washington (D.C.)
United States.
Washington (D.C.)
Description xv, 233 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date [1966]
Contents The role of the press in a Democratic government / Thomas Schroth -- Washington News correspondents / Patrick Munroe -- Interpretation and analysis of Washington News / Peter Edson -- Wire services in Washington / Julius Frandsen -- The News Magazine in Washington / John L. Steele -- Washington coverage for the home town paper / A. Robert Smith -- Washington newsletters / Austin Kiplinger -- Television news in Washington / Ray Scherer -- Who forgot radio? / Edward P. Morgan -- Covering the White House and the President / Muriel Dobbin -- Covering Congress / Jack Bell -- Covering the State Department / Marvin Kalb -- Covering the Defense establishment / Richard Fryklund -- News from the Supreme Court and Justice Department / James E. Clayton -- Secrecy, classified information, and Executive Privilege / Clark R. Mollenhoff -- The lighter side of Washington News / Art Buchwald.
Geographic Area United States
Washington (D.C.)
Network Numbers (OCoLC)244865
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WorldCat Identities Hiebert, Ray Eldon,
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