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Morning Media Newsfeed: Logan Returns to CBS | DOJ to Review Music Licenses - Posted June 5, 2014
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Morning Media Newsfeed: Logan Returns to CBS | DOJ to Review Music Licenses - Posted June 5, 2014
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Bloomberg, DuJour, The Guardian Make Moves - Posted June 4, 2014
A few Revolving Door notes today, involving Bloomberg, DuJour and The Guardian. Details are below. Bill Grueskin, Columbia Journalism School's dean of academic affairs for the past six years, is joining Bloomberg as executive editor for training. According to a memo from Matt Winkler, Bloomberg's editor-in-ch... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Bloomberg, DuJour, The Guardian Make Moves - Posted June 4, 2014
A few Revolving Door notes today, involving Bloomberg, DuJour and The Guardian. Details are below. Bill Grueskin, Columbia Journalism School's dean of academic affairs for the past six years, is joining Bloomberg as executive editor for training. According to a memo from Matt Winkler, Bloomberg's editor-in-ch... [FishbowlNY]

Columbia Set To Launch Digital Journalism Center - Posted January 11, 2010
Recognizing the importance of digital journalism to the future of the industry, Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism today announced that it had raised $15 million to launch a new center focusing on just that. The J-school has finally met a requirement to match a $5 million contribution from The Tow Foundation,... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Columbia Set To Launch Digital Journalism Center - Posted January 11, 2010
Recognizing the importance of digital journalism to the future of the industry, Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism today announced that it had raised $15 million to launch a new center focusing on just that. The J-school has finally met a requirement to match a $5 million contribution from The Tow Foundation,... [FishbowlNY]

Columbia Panel Examines Business Press Post-Crisis: "They Followed Conventional Wisdom" - Posted June 17, 2009
Last night's panel (from left to right): Ackman, Starkman, Madrick and Morgenson Last night, we headed up town to Columbia's Graduate School of Journalism for a panel discussing the future of business journalism. The panel, which was called "Now What? Business Journalism After the Meltdown," featured New York Time... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Columbia Panel Examines Business Press Post-Crisis: "They Followed Conventional Wisdom" - Posted June 17, 2009
Last night's panel (from left to right): Ackman, Starkman, Madrick and Morgenson Last night, we headed up town to Columbia's Graduate School of Journalism for a panel discussing the future of business journalism. The panel, which was called "Now What? Business Journalism After the Meltdown," featured New York Time... [FishbowlNY]

Columbia School of Journalism Picks Up On New Digital Journalism Craze - Posted March 12, 2009
When the New York Times, announced that it was starting a citizen journalism blog called, fittingly, "The Local" and that it would be assisted by journalism students,the natural assumption was the paper of record would use the most prestigio... [MediaJobsDaily]

Morning Reading List, 09.22.08 - Posted September 22, 2008
Good morning Washington. Got a blind item, interesting link, funny note, comment, birthday, anniversary or anything of the sort for Morning Reading List? Drop us a line or let us know in the tips box below. We've got your morning mix of media Mues... [FishbowlDC]

WSJ Names Seib Executive Washington Editor, Bussey Named DC Bureau Chief - Posted September 19, 2007
FishbowlDC has learned that the WSJ's Jerry Seib will become an assistant managing editor and executive Washington editor. John Bussey succeeds him as Washington bureau chief. Seib will resume his weekly column, "Capital Journal" and join with online Executive Editor Alan Murray to expand the Journal's online coverage (including a real-time version... [FishbowlDC]

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