White House Correspondents' Dinner 2013: Red Carpet Has Begun

The festivities have begun. The CSPAN is covering the red carpet, and its clearly evident the camera man has no clue what to do.

The other news organizations' reporters are asking questions of the attendees but CSPAN's camera man might be a lone soul without direction. For a large time we could even see the boom mic in the shot, and overhearing some blonde talking about how she loves Fox News.

Not sure this is going to be the best coverage of the traditional red carpet experience on award shows, which begs the question, has the White House Correspondents' Dinner turned into an awards show?

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Shwetika Baijal

Shwetika is PolicyMic's first columnist and writes for the Millenials and the Media column. She focuses on how the media frames policy and cultural issues, how the media's framing effects public opinion, and in turn how public opinion affects the policies and issues under discussion.

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