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City Lights "The Inside Scoop: A White House Reporter’s Story"

"The Inside Scoop: A White House Reporter’s Story" by Ben Feller ’92, Chief White House Correspondent for The Associated Press. Co-Sponsored by the Penn State College of Communications

  • City Lights
March 3, 2011, 6:00-9:00 p.m.
Where National Press Club, Washington, D.C.
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From his front row seat, Ben Feller reports to the world about what's happening at the White House. Hear his story about how a cub reporter from State College, Pa., ended up inside the West Wing, and what it's really like covering U.S. presidents and traveling the world aboard Air Force One. Feller will share stories of funny, surprising, and unforgettable moments of his four years on the White House beat covering history in the making.

As the chief White House correspondent since 2006, Ben Feller ’92 has covered all facets of the presidency while overseeing the AP's White House reporting team. During his four years at the White House, Feller has won the prestigious Gerald R. Ford Prize for Distinguished Reporting on the Presidency as well as the Merriman Smith Award for presidential reporting on deadline. Prior to joining the White House team, Feller served as the AP’s national education writer for three years and as a newspaper reporter at The Tampa (Fla.) Tribune, the Greensboro (N.C.) News & Record, and the Centre Daily Times in State College, Pa.




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