Press Box - NPR Coverage

The following materials are available to members of the media for the purpose of covering NPR News' 2008 Election Night Coverage.

Press Contacts:

Anna Christopher
202-513-2304
202-680-3848 (cell)
achristopher@npr.org
Danielle Deabler
202-513-2303
202-360-7492 (cell)
ddeabler@npr.org



Press Releases

November 2008

» NPR News “Election 2008” to Offer Eight Hours of Live Election Night Coverage, On-Air and Online, from 7pm to 3am - NPR Follows Election with Special Series, Coverage

» NPR News Broadcasts “Talk of the World” November 6 from 2:00-4:00pm


October 2008

» Voters Candidly Talk Race and Politics, in York, PA - Conversation Airs Tomorrow on Morning Edition and All Things Considered; Excerpts Below

» NPR News “Election 2008” to Offer Nine Hours of Live Election Night Coverage, On-Air and Online, From 8PM to 5AM (ET)

» Captioned Radio Broadcast to Enable Millions of Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing to Experience NPR's Live Coverage of Presidential Election for the First Time

» Senator John McCain “Guardedly Optimistic” on Passage of Financial Bailout, says Governor Sarah Palin Shares his World View Interview Airing on Morning Edition Today


September 2008

» NPR News Poll of Voters in 14 Battleground States has McCain with Slight Lead Over Obama

» NPR News “Election 2008” to Offer Live Debate Coverage, Post-Debate Analysis, On-Air and Online

» RNC Chairman Mike Duncan Addresses Negative Campaigning, Vice Presidential Candidate Sarah Palin’s Qualifications on NPR News Tell Me More Tomorrow


August 2008

» The Wife of Senator Barack Obama Discussed Her Focus for Tonight as she Takes the Stage at the Democratic National Convention on NPR News All Things Considered, Today August 25, 2008

» NPR News Exclusive: Cindy McCain’s Half Sister Comes Forward, Talks About Their Estranged Relationship and Being Ignored by the Media

» NPR News “Election 2008” to Provide Extensive Live Coverage On-Air and Online of Democratic and Republican National Conventions

» Senator Barack Obama Discusses Emergency Economic Plan, Responds to “Race Card” Remarks by McCain Campaign on NPR News All Things Considered Today, Friday, August 1




Photographs

High-res photos from NPR News' 2008 Election Night Coverage will be available to all media organizations for use November 4.

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11/04/2008 - An audience gathers at NPR’s headquarters in Washington, D.C., to experience the first ever live captioned radio broadcast – making NPR News’ election night coverage accessible to the deaf and hard-of-hearing.


11/04/2008 - NPR's Ellen Weiss and Robert Siegel in Studio 4A.




11/04/2008 - NPR's Nina Totenberg and Mara Liasson in Studio 4A.




11/04/2008 - NPR's Michele Norris in Studio 4A.





11/04/2008 - NPR's Robert Siegel and Michele Norris in Studio 4A.




11/04/2008 - NPR's Robert Siegel and Michele Norris in Studio 4A.




11/04/2008 - NPR's Ellen Weiss in Studio 4A.





11/04/2008 - Election results projected upon the wall in Studio 4A.




11/04/2008 - NPR's Linda Wertheimer in Studio 4A.





11/04/2008 - NPR projects the Rhode Island senate race in Studio 4A.




11/04/2008 - Pew Research Center's Andy Kohut in Studio 4A.




11/04/2008 - NPR's Ken Rudin in Studio 4A.





11/04/2008 - Bloggers cover NPR News' election broadcast from NPR's headquarters in Washington, D.C..




11/04/2008 - Bloggers cover NPR News' election broadcast from NPR's headquarters in Washington, D.C..




11/04/2008 - Bloggers cover NPR News' election broadcast from NPR's headquarters in Washington, D.C..




11/04/2008 - Script for hosts Robert Siegel and Michele Norris in Studio 4A.




11/04/2008 - NPR's Scott Simon in Studio 4A.





11/04/2008 - NPR projects South Dakota for John McCain.





11/04/2008 - NPR's Linda Wertheimer in Studio 4A.





11/04/2008 - The Weekly Standard's Matt Continetti and Washington Post's E.J. Dionne in Studio 4A.




11/04/2008 - NPR's Mara Liasson in Studio 4A.










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