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On the Move, 1/2/13 - Posted January 2, 2013
Joe Mauceri joins WPIX in New York City as a multimedia journalist. Joe previously worked at News 12 the Bronx and Brooklyn. Jeffrey Smith joins KXAS in Dallas as a general assignment reporter. Previously, Smith worked at WSOC in Charlotte as an investigative reporter. ... [TVSpy]

George Noory Expands His Reach as King of All Paranormal Media - Posted December 24, 2012
Shuttling back and forth between LA and St. Louis, George Noory is a very busy man. His syndicated overnight radio show Coast to Coast AM is heard on KFI AM 640 and more than 560 other radio stations. And just about every other weekend, or so it seems, he is touching... [GalleyCat]

WaPo's Smith Explains Why He's Jumping Ship - Posted September 14, 2011
WaPo's Jeffrey Smith, a staple at the publication for 25 years, explains why he's leaving. Most of the quotes in the Center for Public Integrity Center statement are brain splitting boring, but Smith at least provides some insight. WaPo has been a "fine home" but... Center Hires R. Jeffrey Smith as National Security... [FishbowlDC]

WaPo Loses Jeffrey Smith to Center for Public Integrity - Posted September 14, 2011
Just moments ago, WaPo announced that Jeffrey Smith, a reporter there for a quarter of a century, is leaving for the Center for Public Integrity. He will be managing editor of the National Security Desk. Smith's loss is significant -- aside from James Grimaldi, he is the last reporter of the... [FishbowlDC]

Smule Rakes in $3.9m - Posted February 12, 2009
SonicMule, or Smule as it prefers to be known, has closed a $3.9 million funding round led by Granite Ventures. The start-up, which develops interactive sonic apps for the iPhone, plans to use this latest infusion to "enhance its position as a leading developer of innovative applications and services for mobile users." Smule... [ThinkMobile - SocialTimes.com]

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