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a group of journalists representing different publications who all cover the same topics

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Rappler will remain a member of the Malacanang Press Corps (MPC) unless the Court of Appeals upholds the decision of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) revoking its registration,' MPC said in a statement on Wednesday.
Dogara described the sudden demise of late Oham as painful and urged members of the press corps to accept it as one of the inevitabilities of life.
June 14 ( ANI ): Members of the Capitol Hill press corps on Tuesday morning were verbally informed that reporters would no longer be granted access to film interviews with the United States senators, unless they obtain permission from the Senate rules committee as well as the senator whom reporters seek to interview.
Initiated by the 9th ID Press Corps under the stewardship of Arnel Eclarinal of GMA 7, the weekend celebration started with a holy mass.
Armed members of the two press corps even dared the perpetrators of the Marawi ambush to come out and engage them in gun duel.
However, neither the website nor the Twitter account is affiliated with the White House Correspondents' Association (WHCA), the group of journalists that represents the White House press corps in its dealings with the administration.
In Sasha Issenberg's e-book "Rick Perry and His Eggheads," he writes about how the content analysis Perry's strategists did during his 2006 gubernatorial race proved that on-the-ground press in far-flung communities was far better than what came out of the Capitol press corps.
With the aim of improving and increasing reporting from the regions, through the scholarship program, USAID hopes to provide opportunities for students from the provinces and increase the presence of regional reporters in the press corps.
However, a quick scan of the latest numbers shows that the Washington press corps reporting our daily D.
First are the members of the residence staff who control the president's new house and the traditions of the presidency within it; second are the career executive branch workers who understand what continuity of government really means and can be an incoming president's best friends; and third is the White House press corps, including journalists who know the Oval Office well enough to give the new president an engaging tour and seasoned enough to remind him that, in a democracy, communicating is governing.
Normally, the White House press corps -- reporters, photographers and camera crews -- are allowed to get off the press charter immediately after landing, board buses and head to their hotels, with U.
McClellan slams the White House press corps for being too easy on the administration.
Members of the Scholastic Kids Press Corps cover news stories around the country for Scholastic News Online and Scholastic's classroom magazines.
Rarely in modern history has a White House had such a contentious relationship with the press corps that covers it.
What may not have endeared him to the White House press corps was this: "Over the last five years, you people were so good--over tax cuts, WMD intelligence, the effect of global warming.