On Monday, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer announced the White House will include journalists via Skype in their press briefings.
“Beginning later this week, I’m excited to announce that we’re going to have four what we call ‘Skype seats,’ live here in the briefing room,” Spicer said.
According to Spicer, this will allow qualified journalists from around the country, who may not be able to afford a trip to Washington, to get involved in the briefings.
Spicer has mentioned in the past journalists outside of the Beltway will be given more access to the White House in general broadening viewership and audiences.
H/T: Washington Examiner
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