The President can make speeches on TV and hold news conferences which the TV networks will broadcast to the world. He can also make personal appearances and count on drawing a crowd and getting press converage.
Eleanor Roosevelt changed how people viewed First Ladies. She had programs that were important to her and she pursued them on her own. She spoke out on these issues, calling her own press conferences.
Eisenhower had the first broadcast presidential press conference, but these were filmed for television and shown later. John Kennedy in 1961 was the first to have a live televised press conference.
i know that it was Bush... i don't know which one in particular... i hope this helps somehow WRONG....BUSH HAD 4-9 PER YEAR, BUT THE WINNER OF THIS AWARD IS THE COWARD OBAMMA ITS BEEN ALMOST 1 YEAR NOW AND HE REFUSES TO TAKE ON QUESTIONS. That's incorrect: According to the Washington Times: "Mr. Obama tops his predecessor in total output. He has given 43 press conferences of various degrees, six of which were solo White House sessions. During the same period, Mr. Bush gave 24 press conferences, of which four were formal, solo White House sessions. "
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Franklin Roosevelt was the first president to hold regular press conferences april101
Jay Carney, President Obama's press secretary, would set up any press conferences the President would have.
Woodrow Wilson was the first president to hold regular press conferences, starting in 1913. Other presidents undoubtedly talked to reporters from time to time.
Franklin D. Roosevelt, with over 998 press conferences over the course of 12 years.
Woodrow Wilson was the first to hold regular prss conferences, to speak on the radio and was in office when World War 1 ended in 1918. Colin Craig
Roosevelt wasn't president in WW1, so he didn't communicate with anyone. 2nd Answer: 2 things: President Roosevelt was in office during WW2, not WW1. He communicated with the people through radio and press conferences (thus newspapers). President Woodrow Wilson was in office during WW1. He was the first to use press conferences. Most of his communication with the people was through press conferences and newspapers.
None of the 26 presidents before Wilson in 1913 held any press conferences at all , so there is a 26-way tie for the honor of fewest.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt was famous for his many "fireside chats"
During President Herbert Hoover's presidency his press conferences were limited by a number of restrictions. Hoover wanted all press questions sent to his staff in advance of a press conference. He answered only the ones he wanted to and during the conferences, follow up questions were not allowed. In fact, even the questions submitted in advance the president declined to answer, were not allowed to be published. So if Hoover chose not to answer a question submitted in advance concerning unemployments. The newspaper could not publish the unanswered questions.