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

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SAVE THE DATE: 2024 Congressional Correspondents’ Dinner @ The Anthem

NEWS: No longer will you need to decide between a Presidential debate and the Radio-Television Correspondents’ Association premier dinner honoring the Capitol Hill press corps! The executive committee is happy to announce a new date[…]

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Congressional Correspondents’ Letter to Leaders Schumer and McConnell regarding situation around LBJ room

The RTCA Executive Committee executive committee joined the Standing Committee of Correspondents & Periodical Press Gallery to send a letter to Senate leaders to address the situation on Wednesday, March 20th, around[…]

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2023 RTCA Election Results & Update

On Thursday, December 14th, the RTCA concluded our annual elections and welcomed four new members to the RTCA Executive Committee. ABC News’s Allie Pecorin was elected as the Committee’s Vice[…]

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