The White House
President George W. Bush
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The White House hosted Radio Day on Oct. 30, 2002 as an opportunity for more than 50 local and national radio hosts to interview White House officials and Cabinet members.

Located in a tent on the north side of the White House, local and nationally-syndicated radio hosts conducted interviews of Bush Administration officials and members of the Cabinet.

According to Taylor Gross, White House Spokesman and Director of Radio Media, "Radio Day was an opportunity to reach out to members of the radio community, who do not normally cover White House events. Many Americans get their news from talk radio and this was an excellent way for members of the President's team to take his message directly to Americans. From 6:00 a.m. to 7:30 p.m., members of the Administration participated in over 250 radio interviews."

Advisor to the Vice President Mary Matalin takes part in one of many interviews during the White House Radio Day Wednesday, Oct 30.

Taylor Gross
White House Director of Radio Media discusses Radio Day at the White House.
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Additionally, each week the President continues to speak to the nation via the "White House Radio Address". This is an opportunity for the President to address issues that affect the American people directly.

Andy Card
White House Chief of Staff

John Ashcroft
Attorney General

Rod Paige
Secretary of Education

Mel Martinez
Secretary of Housing and Urban Development

Condoleezza Rice
Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs

Karl Rove
Assistant to the President and Senior Advisor to the President

Ari Fleischer
Assistant to the President and White House Press Secretary

Mary Matalin
Assistant to the President and Counselor to the Vice President

Torie Clarke
Assistant Secretary of Defense for Public Affairs

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