CQ Roll Call Teams Up with the National Press Foundation
Washington, D.C. (May 13, 2015) – CQ Roll Call announced today a collaboration with the National Press Foundation to provide training and education to Washington journalists on critical issues that percolate the Capitol.
These free morning briefings are held at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, at the invitation of former Rep. Lee Hamilton, now director of the Center on Congress at Indiana University.
Seventeen briefings have been produced since 2010.
“CQ Roll Call is delighted to partner with the National Press Foundation on its Capitol Hill Issues Briefing program,” said David Ellis, Chief Content Officer for CQ Roll Call. “We’ll use our deep knowledge and insight into congressional issues to help journalists untangle and synthesize complex issues for their readers. NPF is a valuable resource that lets journalists do better work, and CQ Roll Call is happy to support its mission.”
“NPF is honored to collaborate with CQ Roll Call on this valuable training for journalists,” added Sandy K. Johnson, President and Chief Operating Officer of NPF. “CQ Roll Call has deep roots in reporting the policy and politics that dominate the federal government, and we look forward to working with them.”
Several Capitol Hill Issues Briefings are planned this year, including a program on Monday morning June 22 on FAA reauthorization, which is set to expire Sept. 30. This briefing is sponsored by the U.S. Travel Association.
About CQ Roll Call
CQ Roll Call provides essential intelligence and grassroots advocacy resources to take action. As the premier source of timely news, objective reporting and analysis, and coverage of elections and the politics of legislation, we keep our fingers on the pulse of the legislative process and give our clients the tools they need to maximize their influence. We are the ultimate insiders, and our unmatched network of relationships and expertise has powered the productivity of those who rely on us since 1945.
About The National Press Foundation
Since 1976, the National Press Foundation has provided professional development for thousands of journalists in the nation’s capital, around the country, and overseas. NPF brings journalists together with leading authorities to discuss critical issues ranging from agriculture and economics to politics and health care.
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