Radio & Television Correspondents' Association

Founded in 1939 and consists of broadcast journalists who report on the United States Congress. Membership includes radio and television broadcasters from around the world.

Radio & Television Correspondents’ Association of Capitol Hill.

Founded in 1939, and with more than 4000 members today, the RTCA is the voice of radio and television news on Capitol Hill

The Radio and Television Correspondents’ Association represents the interests of radio and television reporters covering the Untied States Congress. It protects the rights of journalists and assists in every way possible to maintain the high standards of reporting on Capitol Hill.

News Conference During Watergate Hearings

Latest News

A Message from the RTCA Regarding Health & Safety on Capitol Hill

Dear Members,  As the COVID-19 pandemic continues throughout the country, the Executive Committee would like to remind its members to take all safety precautions necessary when reporting on Capitol Hill. […]

Read more

Statement on RNC Considering Closing Parts of National Convention to Press

The Executive Committee of Correspondents is highly concerned about the Republican National Committee considering closing parts of its upcoming convention to the press, including the session where delegates will vote[…]

Read more

A Message to RTCA Members Regarding Health and Safety on Capitol Hill

The Executive Committee of Correspondents, in light of Rep. Louie Gohmert’s COVID-19 infection this week, and the several other lawmakers and support staff who have tested positive during the pandemic,[…]

Read more