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Trending topics and the headlines driving clicks around town. Here are the day’s most popular stories for Wednesday, December 11, 2013. Washington Post: Griffin III shut down for rest of season; Washington Redskins will start Kirk Cousins...Show More Summary
Connie Chung and Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC) rub elbows in a disgusting display of chummy, inside-the-beltway hob-knobbery. Did you know, there are actually TWO big dinners to go to in late winter/early spring where politicians andShow More Summary
Local news is ridiculous. And we love it! Were you aware there was a thing called Pat Collins‘ Snow Stick that is featured on NBC 4?s evening news programme? Were you also aware that this Stick has it’s own Twitter handle, @PatsSnowStick. Show More Summary
Mother Jones, the independent, nonprofit newsmagazine, has always been about holding those in power accountable for their actions. Since its inception in 1976, this fearless pub has done just that. Remember Mitt Romney’s infamous ‘47 percent‘ video? That was uncovered by David Corn, MoJo’s Washington D.C. Show More Summary
Adam Prather, the former national advertising director at Politico, will become the new publisher of The Hill. The news was announced on TheHill.com earlier today. Prather will start in the new year and will report to James Finkelstein,...Show More Summary
Okay, typically we aren’t supportive of newspaper people doing web videos -and frankly it’s not as if Chris Cillizza is really changing our minds about that here. However, we do think Corey Booker’s Twitter feed is a bit ludicrous, and we’re about three martinis into our lunch break, so we chuckled at this video. New Career Opportunities Daily: The best jobs in media.
In something of a backwards move in this day and age, a TV personality is taking on a print gig. Rachel Maddow of MSNBC fame will be writing a monthly column for the Washington Post, according to a memo from Editorial Page Editor Fred...Show More Summary
Hooray y’all! We did it! Last month, we ran a poll asking you all to pick the TIME’s Person of the Year and you chose (The Cool) Pope Francis. Well TIME officially announced the selection of “The People’s Pope” today on Twitter at 7:43 AM. Show More Summary
Image courtesy of Shutterstock.com According to Yahoo!, at least, y’all out there in DC Journo Land might want to consider switching careers. Specifically -get into PR. Yahoo! reporter Andrea Duchon has talked to some people on the Internet(one of whom is named Gidwani) and they decided that journalism -among other careers – is kaputz. Show More Summary
Trending topics and the headlines driving clicks around town. Here are the day’s most popular stories for Tuesday, December 10, 2013. Washington Post: Obama snaps a selfie at Mandela service Washington Times: Obama takes ‘selfie’ atShow More Summary
Good reads from across the web that you might have missed: Bank of England governor makes a Twitter joke. (SPOILER: It’s not very funny.) by Joe Deaux at TheStreet.com. Tragically, the opening of the David M. Rubenstein Gallery at the National Archives has been delayed -by one day. Show More Summary
Sick and tired of Ramen noodles, mayonnaise sandwiches and Milwaukee’s Best? Neh, you’re right – the classics never go outta style. But you could save some cents this holiday season and instead hit up one of these fancy schmancy parties...Show More Summary
Or maybe it’s just that all white people look the same… Fox News’ Jenna Lee (L) and CBS’ Laura Logan (R) New Career Opportunities Daily: The best jobs in media.
If you have lived in the south for any stretch of time (and yes, DC is the south) then you know that we don’t deal well with snow here. DC, however, is a place full of people from elsewhere in the country. Some of these people come from places where there is more snow than here. Show More Summary
Glad you asked… You know what would be stupider than outrage over the Obama-Castro handshake? An embargo on Cuba in the year 2013. — daveweigel (@daveweigel) December 10, 2013 But why should Dave get all the credit for the insight? Matt...Show More Summary
If you’re train is late in NYC, apparently you can get a note to give to your boss. Fortunately, we here at FishbowlDC are far too frugal to invest in actual office space. But for those of you who do have to be “on time” to the “newsroom”,...Show More Summary
Image courtesy of shutterstock.com Web traffic numbers are in for the month of November, and FishbowlDC checked in with our friends over at comScore to find out which DC media outlets are reaching the most people. Below are the numbers for the orgs that are available to us this month. Show More Summary
Happy Hour comes early here at FishbowlDC! Check out what these CNN anchors have to say about the man, the myth, the legend (and the exhibit), Ron Burgundy: New Career Opportunities Daily: The best jobs in media.
Trending topics and the headlines driving clicks around town. Here are the day’s most popular stories for Friday, December 6, 2013. Washington Post: Major winter storm Sunday: briefly snow, then ice Washington Times: Activists urge Obama...Show More Summary
Can’t get in to Washington Life‘s Young and the Guest List party next Wednesday? Well no worries, there’s another big bash competing for attention that night. Several big DC names are hosting a book party / holiday soiree for Matt Kohut...Show More Summary