NASA TV/Press Office folks are quite good about responding to emails.
The rest of the globe could make the same comment about 0900 PST MER briefings needing more frequent replay. Although the Stardust mission briefings deserved timely coverage and network interview feeds understandably dominated coverage during the first hectic days, the schedule needs work.
ISS daily report are cool, and the ongoing educational curriculum commitments need to be met, but the rest of the daily NASA TV coverage has seemed to be replay of the (now nicely edited) SPIRIT EDL, and almost completely lacking in replay of the morning MER briefing.
To be fair, NTV has run some interview and assembly and "challenges of getting to Mars" segments that seemed reminiscent of the excellent NOVA special, "Mars: Dead or Alive", which itself was the 2nd in its series.
But whatever happened to the live shots of MER control at JPL?
There must be a few streams, and it's possible they're reserving access to some for offsite science team members before opening more up to the masses again.
It's likely webcast schedules will shift once Spirit gets mobile and Opportunity approaches EDL.
But i miss the geeky voyeurism of lurking with roboticists and rocket scientists.