Rogue Reporter Breaks Rules, Broadcasts Live Audio from White House Press Briefing

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A reporter broke a White House ban by broadcasting live audio of a White House press briefing via Periscope on Wednesday.

Ksenija Pavlovic, a former political science teaching fellow at Yale and founder of her news site Pavlovic Today, used the Periscope app to stream audio of Wednesday’s briefing, the Washington Post reports. She also tweeted a link to the feed.

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Pavlovic’s feed cut out after 17 minutes, but she quickly continued with a new link that she tweeted out.

Not many people listened to the rogue recording; the first stream had 37 listeners. The second one had 41.

Many journalists have chafed under the no-recording rule, but Pavlovich’s breach is the first of its kind since the ban.

Rogue Reporter Breaks Rules, Broadcasts Live Audio from White House Press Briefing

A reporter broke a White House ban by broadcasting live audio of a White House press briefing via Periscope on Wednesday.

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