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Mr. Affleck Goes to Washington

4 hours agoIndustries / Media : FishbowlDC

“Thanks for having me follow the greatest and most important philanthropist in the history of the world,” said Ben Affleck as he started his appearance before the Senate Subcommittee on State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs. Show More Summary

#RTCA2015 Recap: Mean Tweets and Award Winners

5 hours agoIndustries / Media : FishbowlDC

It may not be as glitzy, over-covered or dissected as that other correspondents’ dinner, but last night’s 2015 Radio & Television Correspondents Association Dinner [video] delivered with a BuzzFeed-like video. Courtesy of RTCA chair Frank Thorp (à la Jimmy Kimmel), members of congress read mean tweets about themselves. Show More Summary

Go Home Congress, You’re Drunk

It’s no secret some politicians party like fratstars. With all the events, galas and fundraisers, it’s almost unavoidable. But it’s time for Congress to tone it down a bit, according to campus… I mean Capitol Hill police. In a letter...Show More Summary

The Hill’s ’50 Most Beautiful’ Nominations Open Today

Hey Washingtonians, it’s that time of year: The Hill’s “50 Most Beautiful” list is once again upon us. Nominations for the 12th annual list open Wednesday and anyone is fair game. All you need is one nomination to be considered. Been...Show More Summary

Wednesday Morning Splash

What’s Happening — Connect:ID Conference at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, 9 a.m. — The Future of the United Stated Postal Service at the Brookings Institute, 10 a.m. Must-Read of the Day The Atlantic‘s Robinson Meyer examines...Show More Summary

WHCD: CNN Embraces the Hangover

If you’re tracking the spectacle that is White House Correspondents Dinner Weekend, take note: Sunday is the new Friday.  Sunday morning has long consisted of a few elegant affairs.  Mimosas atop the Hay Adams with Reuters.  RubbingShow More Summary

#TFC15: The NatSec Smack Talk Bracket Experience

There you are, staring at the red-slashed disaster that is your NCAA tournament bracket, questioning the decisions that felt so right just a short, hopeful week ago. Not ready to give up on the madness, you search for redemption in another bracket. Show More Summary

Route Fifty Staffs Up Ahead of Launch

Michael Grass, executive editor of Atlantic Media’s embryonic, state-focused digital publication Route Fifty, announced three new hires as the site prepares for its debut later this spring. Dave Nyzcepir, previously a reporter for the Southern California-based Desert Sun, comes on as news editor and Bill Lucia will be a reporter for the site. Show More Summary

Hillary Clinton Looks for ‘New Relationship with the Press’

Looking to turn the page on what, at best, has been a choppy month with the media, former Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, told journalists on Monday that she is “all about new beginnings.” “My relationship with the press has been,...Show More Summary

Obama Appoints Former Reporter Shailagh Murray as Senior Advisor

President Barack Obama has two new top aides — naming former Washington Post and Wall Street Journal reporter, Shailagh Murray, as a senior advisor, and Jason Goldman, a Silicon Valley veteran, as the White House’s first-ever chief digital...Show More Summary

Tuesday Morning Splash

What’s Happening — Advanced Facebook: How to Make the World’s Largest Social Media Network Work For You at the National Press Club, 9:30 a.m. — Book Rap: Jessica Stern an J.M. Berger “ISIS: The State of Terror” at the National PressShow More Summary

WaPo Partners with Flipboard

The Washington Post and Flipboard have announced a partnership today, according to a press release. Beginning in May, WaPo‘s “new customized and visually compelling reading experience built specifically for a national audience” will be available on Flipboard. Show More Summary

‘Live With Kelly and Michael’ to Broadcast From the White House

On Monday, April 6 Kelly Ripa and Michael Strahan will leave their New York studio for the White House’s Jacqueline Kennedy Garden. Ripa and Strahan will broadcast “Live” from the White House on the day after Easter. The hour will include...Show More Summary

Cruz Con-troll: #TedCruzCampaignSlogans

Well that didn’t take long… Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) threw his hat into the 2016 ring this morning at Liberty University, which was plenty of time for the trolls to come out in full force. Beginning at midnight Sunday evening, Cruz officially...Show More Summary

Washington Examiner Promotes Philip Klein to Managing Editor

The Washington Examiner has promoted Philip Klein to managing editor, announced editorial director Hugo Gurdon. \"Philip Klein is widely respected across the ideological spectrum for his detailed knowledge of policy and politics and his well-reasoned judgments,”said Gordon on the appointment. Show More Summary

Monday Morning Splash

What’s Happening — Connect:ID Conference at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, 12:30 p.m. — The Kalb Report: Why Murrow Matters in the Digital Age at the National Press Club, 8 p.m. Must-Read of the Day The passing of Singaporean Lee Kuan Yew on Monday drew quite a lot of media attention. Show More Summary

DC Jobs: BBC News, Sunshine Sachs, RTTV

This week, BBC News is hiring a news writer, while Sunshine Sachs needs an account executive. RTTV is seeking a broadcast engineer, and The Pew Charitable Trusts is on the hunt for a senior officer. Get the scoop on these openings below,...Show More Summary

ICYMI: CNN’s ‘Too Many Cooks’

If you haven’t seen it by now, it’s probably about time you should. CNN released a parody of Adult Swim’s super weird “dark short comedy” that went viral at the end of last year called “Too Many Cook” — but with a 2016 slant. You can...Show More Summary

Weekend Show Preview — 3.22.15

Who’s on the talk shows this weekend? Glad you asked. Highlights will include Pope Francis on “Al Punto”; CIA director, John Brennan on “Fox News Sunday”; and Senator John McCain on “State of the Union.” Sunday:  CBS’s \"Face the Nation\": House Majority Leader, Kevin McCarthy (R-CA); Sen. Show More Summary

Paul Steinhauser Named Special Political Correspondent at The Washington Post

NH1 political director, correspondent and anchor Paul Steinhauser has been named special political correspondent for The Washington Post for the 2016 elections. According to a memo from the paper’s politics editors, posted this afternoon,...Show More Summary

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