America’s Future Foundation has joined with The Daily Caller to provide a broader range of information and opportunities to its members. Beginning soon, AFF members will receive “The Campus Caller” email, a daily message highlighting the top stories of The Daily Caller, as well as selected pieces from conservative college papers from around the country.
The purpose of The Campus Caller is to give students a chance to see what their counterparts at other schools are writing about, as well as to encourage them to take advantage of other opportunities offered by The Daily Caller, including writing opinion pieces and freelance news stories. The Daily Caller is a great place for a college student to have a byline appear, as it is read each day by some of the most important and visible newsmakers and politicians both inside and outside of the beltway. The Daily Caller also offers year-round internships and fellowships for college students.
Founded by Tucker Carlson, a 20-year veteran journalist, and Neil Patel, former chief policy advisor to Vice President Cheney, The Daily Caller is a 24-hour news publication providing its audience with original reporting, thought-provoking commentary and breaking news. In just two short years, The Daily Caller readership has grown to more than 5.5 million unique visitors per month and draws more than 20 million monthly pageviews.
In addition to The Campus Caller emails, The Daily Caller distributes two other emails: TheDC Morning – which provides an unvarnished take on what’s really happening in politics each day, and TheDC Links – quick links to the day’s top news on The Daily Caller and around the web. These emails can be subscribed to from The Daily Caller homepage.
We hope all members of AFF will take advantage of the opportunities that The Daily Caller and The Campus Caller provide.
Nicole Roeberg is Director of Communications and Public Affairs for The Daily Caller
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