From interviewing attendees to analyzing speeches, reporters for major media outlets like NBC News, CNN and the New York Times all took part in the RNC coverage craze.
Hallie Jackson, NBC News
It's social media time for NBC News correspondent Hallie Jackson.
Gabe Sherman, New York Magazine
New York Magazine's national affairs editor was seen running between appearances at the convention.
A member of "Socialism Sucks," an anti-Bernie Sanders group, gets interviewed by Info Wars.
Chris Cuomo, CNN
The "New Day" host prepares to go on air inside the convention center.
The cable news network's makeshift studio comes complete with several director's chairs.
Jordan Klepper, "The Daily Show"
The Comedy Central correspondent interviews someone who apparently really loves capitalism.
Here's what it looks like in front of the cameras at NBC News' RNC studio.
And here's the studio at a different angle.
Jeanine Pirro, "Judge Jeanine"
Pirro, who has a segment on Fox News called "Justice with Judge Jeanine," has been vocal about her support for Trump
New York Times
Reporter and columnist Dan Barry, staff photographer Todd Heisler, former NYT photographer and Pulitzer Prize winner Ed Keating, and assistant Haomin Wei congregate on Euclid Ave.
Complete with an operational restaurant and several bars, the CNN Grill — located at the Harry Buffalo restaurant in Cleveland — serves as the network's RNC newsroom.