Press Office

The Press office distributes policy explanations, speech and article texts and press transcripts to French newspaper, radio and television editors. Items of special interest, such as the text or tape of an important speech by a senior U.S. official, or a major policy statement or analysis, are distributed to the media and other audiences. The Press office answers questions from journalists and arranges assistance in the United States to correspondents stationed or traveling there.

Visas

The following persons must request an I visa when traveling to the United States for work reasons: Representative of foreign press, radio, film or other information media. This includes aliens whose activities are essential to the foreign information media function; for example, media reporters, media film crews, video tape editors, and persons in similar occupations (more information on our Visas Section)

Press Releases

U.S. Media in Paris

Press Agencies

Associated Press
Tel: 01.43.59.86.76  – Fax: 01.42.25.10.96
parisint@ap.orginitialeduprenomnom@ap.org
Director for France: Pierre-Yves Glass
Desk Officer : Angela Charlton
Tel : 01 43 59 12 01

Bloomberg News
Tel: 01.53.65.50.18 – Fax: 01.53.65.51.18

TV AND RADIO CHANNELS

CNBC– Florence Viala

CNN
Tél : 01 53 96 91 21 – Fax: 01 53 96 91 08
theparisbureau@gmail.com
Correspondant à Paris : Jim Bittermann

CBS – Elaine Cobbe

ABC NEWS Christophe Schpoliansky

FOX NEWS – Cicely MEDINZEFF

NATIONAL PUBLIC RADIO – Eleonor Beardsley

Newspapers

INTERNATIONAL NEW YORK TIMES – Richard Stevenson
Tel: 01.41.43.93.00 – Fax: 01.41.43.93.38

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL – Gráinne McCarthy – Paris Bureau Chief

US NEWS & WORLD REPORT –Eduardo Cue

PERIODICALS

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR –Sara Miller-Llana

BUREAU OF NATIONAL AFFAIRS – Rick Mitchell

BUSINESS WEEK – Carole MATLACK – Bureau Chief

COMMERCE IN FRANCE – Sheri Leslie SEGALL, EDITOR IN CHIEF

THE DAILY BEAST – Christopher Dickey