The Hill (newspaper)
|Type||Daily newspaper (when Congress is in session)|
|Owner(s)||Capitol Hill Publishing Corp., a subsidiary of News Communications, Inc.|
|Managing editors||Ian Swanson|
|Photo editor||Greg Nash|
|Headquarters||Washington, D.C, U.S.|
It is written for and about the U.S. Congress, with a special focus on business and lobbying, political campaigns and other events on Capitol Hill. The newspaper features investigative reporting, profiles of lawmakers and aides, features describing the sociology and politics of the Hill, book and restaurant reviews and a weekly column about the Capitol Hill neighborhoods.
In 2003, The Hill's editor in chief became Hugo Gurdon, previously a foreign correspondent (New York, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Washington) and industrial editor at The Daily Telegraph (London) and founding managing editor of the Toronto-based National Post. Gurdon turned The Hill from a weekly paper into a daily during congressional sessions. In 2014, Gurdon left for Washington Examiner and was replaced by his managing editor, Bob Cusack.
The newspaper has the largest circulation of any Capitol Hill publication, above 21,000. It has a free website and 11 blogs dedicated to specific political and policy issues: The Hill's Congress Blog, The Hill's Pundits Blog, The Hill's Briefing Room, The Hill's Twitter Room, Hillicon Valley, On The Money, E2Wire, Ballot Box, Healthwatch, The Hill's Floor Action Blog and DEFCON Hill. Hillicon Valley is a policy blog about technology, E2Wire focuses on energy and environment and On the Money is about finance.
- A. B. Stoddard
- David Keene
- David Hill
- Mark Mellman
- Jim Mills
- Dick Morris
- Juan Williams
- Judd Gregg
- Markos Moulitsas
- Cheri Jacobus
- Brent Budowsky
- Ron Christie
- Yingling, Jennifer (2014-07-28). "The Hill names Bob Cusack Editor in Chief". The Hill. Retrieved 2014-08-07.
- "The Hill Business Publication Circulation Statement". BPA Worldwide. December 2012. Retrieved February 22, 2013.
- Contact, at thehill.com
- About us, at thehill.com
- "New paper to vie for readers on Capitol Hill", www.nytimes.com
- Official site