• Chattering class ignores real problems

    It may be time to kick some fourth estate butt.

  • Bloomberg Government pushes into D.C. media market

    News website Bloomgberg Government targets lobbyists and Capitol Hill insiders with information on lawmaking and government regulation, The New York Times reports.

  • What’s new at FOSE 2011?

    Wyatt Kash, content director and editor-at-large for 1105 Events, joins host Mark Amtower to discuss 1105’s events in the government market. January 31, 2011

  • Press sweats over covering Trump

    How open or closed will the Trump administration be? How the next president treats the performance dashboards will be instructive.

  • Using tech to ensure a politician’s consistency

    FactSquared founder Bill Frischling works in the center of the interface between technology and politics, and says the former’s use in the field has become an “arms race.”

  • Building trust in a new media DC media entity

    Trust is a key point for Axios, DC’s newest media entity. Building that trust over a digital medium is tricky. “I think the advantage of this day and age is that you get an opportunity to. It’s easier than ever to launch a media company, because technology has enabled it,” said co-founder Roy Schwartz.

    “They’ll give you a chance. And then you have to prove that you’re truly worthy of their time and attention.”