Elizabeth Bartlet - Media


  • Danny Concannon – Timothy Busfield: senior White House correspondent for The Washington Post (Seasons 1–2, 4–5, 7).
  • Greg Brock – played by Sam Robards, is a White House correspondent for the New York Times . Greg Brock is also the name of a real editor for the New York Times. First appearing in the fifth season, the character, central to a season six storyline, became one of the most regularly referred to White House correspondents, second only to Danny Concannon. In that storyline, the New York Times printed a story written by Brock that alleged the existence of a classified military space shuttle which could be used to help three astronauts on the International Space Station that were running out of oxygen. The leak was initially suspected to be White House Chief of Staff C.J. Cregg, whose phone records showed a surprisingly large number of calls to Greg Brock over much of her tenure as White House Chief of Staff to that point. In the seventh season of the show, Brock went to jail after being held in contempt of court for failing to reveal the name of his source. White House Communications Director Toby Ziegler eventually confessed to the leak, saying that he acted alone, and that Brock was the only reporter to whom he leaked the information. The storyline regarding the leak and subsequent investigation has been compared by some to the Valerie Plame affair.
  • Roger Salier – Ivan Allen: Television anchor on News Center 4 (Seasons 1–7).
  • Mark Gottfried – Ted McGinley: Talk show host of "Capitol Beat" (Season 2).
  • Diane Mathers – Kathrin Middleton: Tough talk show host who interviewed Zoey Bartlet about her kidnapping and John Hoynes about his intentions to run for President again (5.07 & 6.07).
  • Taylor Reid – Jay Mohr: Conservative talk show host, baited C.J. Cregg by calling her a "chicken" (Season 5). Some reviewers have likened the character to Bill O'Reilly, the combative host of the news commentary show The O'Reilly Factor.
  • Katarina "Katie" Witt – Kris Murphy: White House Press Corps Reporter.
  • Mark O'Donnell – Timothy Davis Reed: White House Press Corps Reporter. Episode 3:08 - says he is from Canada.
  • Steve – Charles Noland: White House Press Corps Reporter, from AP.
  • Chris – Mindy Seeger: White House Press Corps Reporter.
  • Charlayne – Joyce Guy: White House Press Corps Reporter.

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    The media no longer ask those who know something ... to share that knowledge with the public. Instead they ask those who know nothing to represent the ignorance of the public and, in so doing, to legitimate it.
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