Since Wisconsin Senators went to Illinois to avoid a vote on their budget, the media has interviewed and filmed them from what they refer to as an "undisclosed location". Why is it undisclosed? Of course they know where they are. ABC just had a photo session with them, again with the undisclosed location bit. Would the press extend such a courtesy to you or I?
I really don't care exactly where they are, but I don't like the display of coziness between the press and politicians in agreeing to keep any information from the audience. Are they reporters or public relations managers?