Media Tours

Students who have been selected for media tours through our lottery system are listed below.

If you were selected, you were notified by email. Check that email for instructions on when and where to meet.

Contact CMA, at, if you have any questions.

Thursday, Oct. 31

Christian Broadcasting Network
9 to 10 a.m.

Get a behind-the-scenes look at the network. The tour will include meeting with producers and reporters, touring the newsroom and getting to see how the shows go on air. 

Gracie Ayers
Hannah Hardwell
Rachel Summa
Samantha Mahler
Rebekah Godzwa
Emily Waterman

Friday, Nov. 1

Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting
10 to 11 a.m.

Located in the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace building in Dupont Circle, the Pulitzer Center has become a leading source for quality international reporting in major U.S. and European media outlets.

Visit their offices, view samples of their projects and hear about their innovative media model from staff.

Denisse Hernandez
Natalie Lu
Isabela Vazquez
Ferry Baylon
Ravyn Chatmon
Skye Seipp
Robert McDonald
Andrea Clunie
Veronica Rosas
Emily Cabaltera

The Atlantic
10 to 11 a.m.

Hear from reporters at The Atlantic about covering national stories. Tour the space used for reporters and editors covering some of the most significant and in-depth political coverage.

Michael Slaten
Ferry Baylon
Liliana Lopez 
Joshua Sanchez
Rishab Ramapriyan
Camille Hanner
Isabel Solorzano
Ashton Craig
Renee Campbell
Bianca Cseke
Waitlist: Emily Cabaltera

The New York Times
11 a.m. to noon

Hear from a reporter at The New York Times about covering politics in the nation’s capital. Tour the space used for reporters and editors covering some of the most significant and in-depth political coverage.

Emerald Fimbres
Ferry Baylon
Jennifer Greenlee
Morgan Horst
Nicholas Hernandez
Vipul Telang
Paisley Trent
Diana Paredes
Alyssa Craven
Kathleen Woods

Zoë Jones and Rebekah Alvey

Voice of America
Noon to 1 p.m.

The Voice of America Studio Tour is a behind- the-scenes look at live broadcasting on radio, television and Internet in several of our 46 languages. Tours are guided with audio and video

VOA’s headquarters is home to a series of historic murals commissioned by the U.S. government to depict the Social Security Act and other New Deal programs enacted in response to the Great Depression.

Emerald Fimbres
Lily Lopez 
Juan Ibarra
Esther Clayton
Haeley van der Werf
Peyton Busch
Morgan Flynn
Quinn Clark 

National Museum of African American History & Culture
1 to 2 p.m.

The museum is a place where all Americans can learn about the richness and diversity of the African American experience, what it means to their lives, and how it helped shape this nation. 

Michael Foster-Sanders
Victoria Magee
Taylor Vutech
Lily Gallo
Alicia Otto
Hannah Watts
Miles Sterling
Gabriela Azeem-Angel
Claudia Pardo Perez
Anthony Diaz
MaryJane Johnson
Victoria Alexander
Denise Nemec
Ellen Wagner
Sarah Henry
Matthew Williams
Vyctorya Thomas-Vanzant
Adelle Engmann
Lauren Brammer
Adrienne Romero
Abani Varner-Williams
Leslie Chavez
Danya Gil
Lauren Johnson 

U.S. Capitol
2 to 3 p.m.

During your hour-long tour you will learn about the history of the Capitol and the work that goes on there. You will receive an in-depth tour from a staff member of Rep. Ted Lieu, D-California.

Reagan Knight
Emerald Fimbres
Taylor Buettner
Kimberly Roberts
Catherine Stites
Alexis Rapoza
Erin Kane
Nicolette Chalifoux
Travis Jepeway
Emma Freitas
Taylor Rico-Pekerol
Christa Jarvis
Isabelle Clark
Taylor Williams 
Dylan Valic
Kerasa Tsokas
Abraham Navarro
Taylor Johnston
Christopher Jones
Hayley Robb

Waitlist: Jessie Rowley