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WaPo Overnight News Team, Assemble! - Posted February 25, 2014
The Washington Post announced today that they have assembled an overnight news team to "enliven, expand and diversify the news offered to readers overnight and into the morning hours." In other words, these folks are gunna stay up all night so you crazy news junkies have something to read at 4:00... [FishbowlDC]

WaPo Planning 'Impressive Investments' for 2014 - Posted January 29, 2014
WaPo will hire five more politics reporters early this year, Executive Editor Marty Baron announced today. It's all part of a plan to beef up their digital presence for 2014 and prepare to take on a slew new digital competitors in the news realm -includi... [FishbowlDC]

Reuters' Fred Barbash Back to WaPo - Posted January 10, 2014
Reuters editor Fred Barbash will return to WaPo to take over their overnight desk, Talking Biz News reports. Barbash held several positions at WaPo from 1974 to 2006, before leaving to work at Politico. He then went to CQ Roll Call... [FishbowlDC]

CQ Weekly Gets New, Ripe Editor - Posted June 5, 2012
CQ Roll Call has handpicked John Cranford to be the new editor of CQ Weekly, a spot left vacant by Fred Barbash, who recently left for ... [FishbowlDC]

Fred Barbash Joins Reuters - Posted May 16, 2012
Reuters has named Fred Barbash its new Domestic Policy Editor. Barbash most recently served as Managing Editor of CQ Weekly, the congressional title that's published by CQ Roll Cal... [Fishbowl NY]

Fred Barbash Joins Reuters - Posted May 16, 2012
Reuters has named Fred Barbash its new Domestic Policy Editor. Barbash most recently served as Managing Editor of CQ Weekly, the congressional title that's published by CQ Roll Cal... [FishbowlNY]

Reuter's Hires CQ Roll Call's Barbash - Posted May 15, 2012
Reuters has hired Fred Barbash away from CQ Roll Call to be the Domestic Policy Editor. He comes to Reuters from CQ Roll Call where he was Managing Editor of CQ Weekly for two years. Barbash has certainly made the rounds in this town. He has worked at WaPo, Politico, CQ Roll... [FishbowlDC]

CQ Weekly: The Cover - Posted December 5, 2011
This week's CQ Weekly cover story by Richard E. Cohen and the publication's editor Fred Barbash examines how Newt's record will fare... [FishbowlDC]

CQ-Roll Call Adds, Shifts, but Still no Outside "Change Agent" as Management Recently Asserted - Posted October 18, 2010
Roll Call-CQ Editorial Director Mike Mills lays out the new landscape for the publication in an e-mail to staff. It's lengthy, so here's the summary: - Announcements to come regarding expanding the pub beyond the Beltway to let people know "what's really" happening in Congress. - David Hawkings leaves Managing E... [FishbowlDC]

CQ-Roll Call Snags Politico Senior Editor - Posted August 30, 2010
CQ-Roll Call has hired Fred Barbash, a senior editor at Politico. Before that, he worked as an editor and writer at WaPo. He joins CQ-Roll Call as deputy managing editor of CQ Weekly. Barbash starts next month. Politico's Executive Editor Jim VandeHei remarked, "Fred is a terrific e... [FishbowlDC]

John Harris, the Jokester - Posted December 15, 2009
In an internal memo to Politico staff, Editor John Harris announces, with some degree of gravity, two new hires. At the top of the memo, he jokes that the announcement, a welcome e-mail regarding two new Politico editors, is "more serious than it sounds" ... [FishbowlDC]

Enter "The Arena" - Posted September 8, 2008
Expect tomorrow an announcement from the Politico about its latest product (thanks to new senior editor Fred Barbash), "The Arena." It aims to be an invite-only daily debate among political insiders about one big issue of the day (mainly about the election, then the transition and the new president-Congress). Governors Napalitano, Bredesen,... [FishbowlDC]

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