WASHINGTON (AP) — CBS will sponsor an upcoming exhibit about the Vietnam war at the Newseum in Washington to honor “60 Minutes” correspondent Bob Simon and his five decades of war reporting. “Reporting Vietnam” will…
WASHINGTON — The Newseum is displaying the defiant new issue of the Parisian satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo. As millions of copies of the issue sold out before dawn Wednesday in Paris, it went on display in…
WASHINGTON — A peaceful vigil was held Wednesday night at the Newseum in the wake of a deadly terror attack on a newspaper in France. A large crowd of people, many of them French or…
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Newseum in Washington is planning a special program to remember legendary Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee, who died this week. The museum about news and the First Amendment is planning a…
WTOP\’s Town Hall on Ebola featured three nationally known experts in the field of infectious diseases.
WASHINGTON (AP) — It’s the last weekend to see the office of longtime “Meet the Press” moderator Tim Russert at the Newseum. Russert’s office went on display at the museum in Washington in late 2009…
Hundreds of broadcasters from across the country attended a
retirement sendoff for WTOP vice president of news and programming
Jim Farley at the Newseum Wednesday night.
Actor and comedian Will Ferrell made a stop at the Newseum Tuesday
night to visit a new exhibit that honors Ferrell\’s comedy classic \”Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy.\”
Even though the sequel \”Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues\” won\’t be out until Dec. 20, you can get your jazz-flute fix downtown starting Thursday when the Newseum opens \”Anchorman: The Exhibit.\”
Fans of the \”Today\” can get an up-close look at the show\’s set when it comes to the Newseum.
The D.C. premiere of \”Zero Dark Thirty\” brought
VIPs to the Newseum Tuesday night.
WTOP reporter Neal Augenstein is donating his most-valuable journalism tool to the Newseum – his iPhone 4S.
Fifteen-year-old Jennifer Tran got quite a bit of
attention this week when she toured the Newseum in
a homemade dress made entirely of copies of The
Washington Post and The New York Times.
Newsflash: Kids can visit the Newseum for free
WTOP caught up with several of the movie\’s creators and stars as they walked the red carpet, which was actually blue, inside the Newseum before the screening.