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Filed Under:Industries / Media
Posts on Regator:9063
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Archived Since:May 9, 2011

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DC Jobs: U.S. News & World Report, AARP

This week, U.S. News & World Report is hiring a health and wellness reporter, while AARP needs a business manager of reporting and system administration. The National Association of Realtors is seeking a presentation design specialist, and the Atlantic Council is on the hunt for an editor. Show More Summary

Weekend Show Preview — 1.25.15

Who’s on the talk shows this weekend? Glad you asked. Highlights will include Senator John McCain (R-AZ) and Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) on “Face the Nation”; former Prime Minister of the U.K., Tony Blair on “Fareed Zakaria GPS”;...Show More Summary

National Journal‘s “New Washington” Cover, and a Game of Guess-Who

National Journal magazine’s “New Washington” issue was released in print today and will be available online on Sunday, but that won’t stop you from getting a fun preview! NJ’s cover this week features a cartoon cast of politicos, including Joni...Show More Summary

Science Journalism (or Lack Thereof) and Its Impact on the Senate

In the same week that the U.S. Senate voted to declare whether or not climate change was a hoax, and, separately, whether it is caused by human activity, the Wilson Quarterly posted a piece by recent Wilson Center scholar Louise Lief on...Show More Summary

POLITICO Pro Announces Promotions and Additions

Politico Pro has announced a “reorganization” of Pro Technology, as well as five additions to its health care team. The news came in an email this morning from Politico Pro editor, Marty Kady. Pro Technology will see the promotion of its deputy editor, Eric Engleman, to technology editor — covering everything from net neutrality to data privacy. Show More Summary

Theodore Ross Joins The New Republic As Features Director

In a staff email earlier today, editor-in-chief of The New Republic, Gabriel Snyder, announced Theodore Ross would be added to the newly created position of features director — reflecting the unification of digital and print within their...Show More Summary

Friday Morning Splash

What’s Happening — Guantánamo Diary at Politics and Prose, 7 p.m. — Inside Media: Managing Scandal in a 24-Hour News Cycle at the Newseum, Saturday at 2:30 p.m. The Revolving Door Know someone starting or leaving a job? Let us know. Fishbowl...Show More Summary

WaPo Launching Energy and Environment Blog

Seems to be a Washington Post-themed day… Greg Schneider, national economy and business editor, and David Cho, deputy business editor, announced today that the Post will be launching a new energy and environment blog. Headed by Chris...Show More Summary

#tbt: Supreme Court Delivers Decision on Roe v. Wade

On this day in history… The United States Supreme Court made a landmark decision on the issue of abortion back in 1973. The cases of Doe v. Bolton, and the more widely-known, Roe v. Wade, turned 42 years old today — as the Supreme court...Show More Summary

Layoffs at The Washington Post Amid “Budget Shortfalls”

The Washington Post has reportedly experienced a round of staff reductions \"amid rumors about lower-than-expected revenue and budget shortfalls,\" according to The Washington-Baltimore Newspaper Guild’s co-chair, Frederick Kunckle. Although...Show More Summary

Art Soiree’s 5th Annual Cartoon Exhibit with WaPo’s Tom Toles

Some sketchiness and a Suspicious Package… Art Soiree’s 5th Annual Political Cartoon Exhibit tomorrow evening will feature Washington Post cartoonist Tom Toles and twelve years worth of his work, as well as a live performance from his...Show More Summary

Thursday Morning Splash

What’s Happening — Politico Playbook Lunch at the Mayflower Hotel, 11:30 a.m. — Social Media After Hours Session: Is Your Social Media Account “Hack-Proof”? at DACOR Bacon House, 5:30 p.m. The Revolving Door Know someone starting orShow More Summary

Fishbowl DC Founder Garrett Graff Named Editor of Politico Magazine

Politico Magazine has a new editor–and it’s none other than our very own founder–Garrett Graff, who started Fishbowl DC in 2005. Graff, previously a senior staff writer at the magazine, is taking over as editor as Susan Glasser and Blake...Show More Summary

Meanwhile in The Situation Room…

Tom Foreman and Wolf Blitzer were deliberating on something very important this afternoon… favorite snacks while watching the State of the Union. Seriously, chopped fruit? C’mon Wolf, everyone knows the right answer is gushers and UTZ...Show More Summary

So What Do You Do, Poppy MacDonald, President and Publisher of National Journal?

Here’s some solid advice from National Journal publisher Poppy MacDonald: “Don’t hole up in your office and assume you’re going to serve people that way. Open up a dialogue and make sure that dialogue goes much deeper than just passing a business card.” Trust her; she knows her stuff. Show More Summary

Shep Smith — Anchor, Journalist, Foodie?

You may not know this, but Fox News anchor Shepard Smith loves talking about food — and although he’s no Andrew Zimmern or Anthony Bourdain, he does love his culinary adjectives. As is tradition for Shep, he critiqued the menu at the White House lunch before the State of the Union yesterday. Show More Summary

Hump Day Hilarity

To get you through your mid-week misery, CNN’s Ashley Codianni played “cards against humanity” with some of Washington’s more familiar lawmakers following President Obama’s State of the Union address — hilarity ensued. Watch the video below, courtesy of CNN Digital.

Wednesday Morning Splash

What’s Happening — Schieffer Series: Securing Cyberspace: A Discussion on the Sony Hack Plus the Latest Threats at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, 4:45 p.m. — Book Rap: Congressman John Lewis and Andrew Aydin — ”Show More Summary

Bret Baier to Anchor FOX News’ Special Coverage of the SOTU

Ok… So, even more options to choose from. Beginning tonight at 8:55, Special Report‘s Bret Baier will be anchoring live special coverage of the President’s State of the Union address as well as the GOP response from Washington, DC. Baier...Show More Summary

PBS NewsHour’s Special Broadcast of the SOTU

Among the many options you will have this evening for watching the State of the Union, PBS NewsHour will offer a special broadcast from 9 – 11 p.m. EST tonight of President Obama’s address and the GOP response. Co-anchors Gwen Ifill and Judy...Show More Summary

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