Funny man Joel McHale has been tapped to host the upcoming White House Correspondents Association Dinner.… READ ON
The White House Correspondents Association certainly doesn't have any "edgy" anti-Obama comics lined up to zing the president like Stephen Colbert whacked Bush in 2006. For this year's correspondents' dinner (celebrated on Twitter as "Nerd prom"), they picked Joel... -
Joel McHale is just the kind of "sharp, funny" comedian that the White House Correspondents Association is looking for. The organization has tapped the "Community" actor and host of "The Soup" to provide the entertainment at its annual dinner in May. McHale, meanwhile, is already assuring D.C. that he'll keep his jokes bipartisan. "My material […]
The host of “The Soup” is coming to Washington. The White House Correspondents’ Association Joel McHale Hosts White House Correspondents Event - -
The latest event "Community" star Joel McHale will emcee is the White House Correspondents Association Dinner on May 3. Whatever McHale pulls together, at least it will be better than the horrific job he did hosting Spike's hot mess of the VGXs.
According to Chicago Tribune, actor and comedian Joel McHale will be the featured performer and host of the annual White House Correspondents' Association Dinner. The event will be attended by members of the media, celebrities, and the U.S. Show More Summary
The White House Correspondents Association announced today that Joel McHale will host its centennial Correspondents Dinner. That’s right, this thing has been going on for 100 years! The “Community” star and former “Talk Soup” host (our personal favorite McHale iteration) has big shoes to fill. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Actor and comedian Joel McHale will be the featured performer at the annual White House Correspondents' Association Dinner, which is attended by members of the media, celebrities and the president, the association said on Friday....
The host of "The Soup" is coming to Washington. The White House Correspondents' Association says Joel McHale will host its annual dinner on May 3 in the nation's capital. The group said Friday that the star of NBC's "Community" and E!'s pop-culture show "The Soup" will provide entertainment for the centennial White House Correspondents' Dinner. Show More Summary
He’s quick on his feet and handsome to boot, and Joel McHale seems to have charmed his way into a very high profile gig. The “Community” star was selected as the headliner for the forthcoming White House Correspondents Association Dinner...Show More Summary
They’ve had late-night hosts for the past two years, but now the White House Correspondents Association Dinner is going primetime. Straight out of NBC’s Thursday lineup, Community’s Joel McHale will be the headliner at this year’s politicians and Hollywood-heavy event on May 3. Show More Summary
The out comic earned plenty of laughs and gasps at the Annual White House Correspondents' Association Dinner.
While the White House Correspondents' Association has been complaining, of late, about the lack of access for independent photojournalists, and slagging White house photographer Pete Souza in the process, this week's Nelson Mandela memorial provides an excellent contrast between Souza and the mainstream press. Show More Summary
Earlier this week, members of the White House Correspondents Association board lodged an objection to the limited access granted to independent photojournalists, in contrast to that of official White House photographer Pete Souza.
Click here to receive Mediabistro’s Morning Media Newsfeed via email. White House Press Corps Snaps Over Photo Ban (FishbowlDC) The White House Correspondents Association has had enough. And so has just about every other media outlet in America. Show More Summary
Press organizations including the White House Correspondents’ Association and White House News Photographers Association and renewed its demand for more access to the White House for photographers, a demand that has been outstanding for over five years now.
The White House Correspondence Association has had enough. And so have just about every other media outlet in America. WHCA and more than 40 other news orgs sent a letter today to White House Press Secretary Jay Carney to protest the banning of photographers from some White House events. Show More Summary
The White House Correspondents’ Association issued a stern rebuke to the Obama administration on Thursday over what it called “a major break” from the transparency of previous presidencies. “As surely as if they were placing a hand over...Show More Summary
Scott Horsley, photo courtesy of NPR. NPR’s White House reporter Ari Shapiro has been replaced on the White House Correspondents Association board of directors by NPR’s Scott Horsley. The board voted Friday to elevate Horsley to theShow More Summary
The White House Correspondents Association voted for diversity and “inclusion” on Monday by putting the gay newspaper The Washington Blade into its print pool (which takes turns filing detailed reports on the president’s trips and eve...