The Family Research Council & The Washington Briefing, 2007
The Washington Briefing hosted by the Family Research Council in Your Nation’s Capital this weekend was a success.
Over 400 people were issued media credentials. The media hits are still being counted. The FRC straw poll was mentioned a half-dozen times on the FOX debate last night.
This just in from FRC,
…the Briefing was covered by well over 400 members of the media, including 31 bloggers. C-Span broadcast the event live gavel-to-gavel and camera crews from all five networks and countries including Norway, Italy, Germany, Japan, Canada, and the Netherlands were present. The Briefing ended up with over 1200 media “hits” — 1000 stories in print, as well as 235 in television coverage.
Thank you (foot)notes:
Be sure to read Management of New Media: 4 Lessons From The Washington Briefing by Your Business Blogger
And visit: Dr. Charmaine Yoest
And another view at Another monkey put in charge of the zoo
Family Research Council: General Schedule
More at the jump.
Jared Bridges, from FRC writes on the FRCBlog:
We’ve got a full slate of bloggers here at New Media Row, which is sponsored by our friends at Americans United for Life
- Randy Thomas is posting at randythomas.org
- Erick Erickson of Redstate
- Ana Marie Cox from Time’s Swampland Blog
- Jim Geraghty of NRO’s Campaign Spot
- Anastasia Uglova and J.P. Freire from NBC Universal’s Politalk Blog
- Matthew Anderson of Mere Orthodoxy
- Dan Nejfelt from Faith in Public Life
- Justin Hart of Race 4 2008 and mymanmitt.com
- Melinda Penner and Amy Hall from Stand To Reason
- Nathan Bradfield from Church and State Blog
- N.Z. Bear from The Truth Laid Bear
- Mark Ambinder of The Atlantic
- Byron York from NRO’s The Corner
- Philip Klein of The American Spectator’s AmSpecBlog
- Jill Stanek of JillStanek.com
- Sharon Soon from Conservatives With Attitude
- Mary Katharine Ham, Amanda Carpenter, Matt Lewis, and Kevin McCullough of Townhall.com