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No Bitching About the 'Liberal' Media Please - Posted March 19, 2012
Jason Grumet's Bipartisan Policy Center has managed to bring both parties together for one night in hosting "A Century of Service" to honor the public lives of former Republican Sen. Maj. Leaders and BPC Founders Howard Baker and Bob Dole. The event is Wednesday e... [FishbowlDC]

Party Tonight for a Bunch of Washington Bigwigs, Some Bigger than Others - Posted July 13, 2011
Tonight the Bipartisan Policy Center hosts a cocktail reception for their new class of senior fellows at the center on Eye Street. The BPC was recently hailed by NJ as "one of Washington's most attractive destinations for former lawmakers, Cabinet officials and others." Now we know why...honored tonight will be Sens.... [FishbowlDC]

Kathleen Koch Mails Hope to Japan - Posted April 8, 2011
As Kathleen Koch watched the recent tragedies in Japan unfold on television, she decided now was her time to "pay it forward." A former CNN correspondent, Koch covered Hurricane Katrina for the network in 2005-- an uncom... [FishbowlDC]

Kathleen Koch Writes of a 'Gut-Wrenching' Post-Katrina Journey For Her Hometown - Posted August 29, 2010
Among the reporters covering Hurricane Katrina five years ago was former CNNer Kathleen Koch. And now, she's written a book about the storm's devastation. Koch, who left CNN ne... [TVNewser]

Koch's "Rising from Katrina" TB Released in August - Posted July 7, 2010
Since CNN correspondent Kathleen Koch signed off in 2008, she's been busy writing a book about her Mississippi hometown's recovery from Katrina and her experiences covering it. Entitled "Rising from Katrina,"... [FishbowlDC]

CNNers Past and Present Celebrate Network's 30th Anniversary - Posted June 14, 2010
A large crowd of former and current CNNers gathered at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. Saturday night to celebrate the network's thirtieth birthday. The bash — an ... [TVNewser]

Toast of the Town: Corke's Goodbye DC, Hello Miami Party - Posted December 17, 2009
Former NBC White House correspondent Kevin Corke said adios to DC and hola to South Beach with a Latin-inspi... [FishbowlDC]

Life After A Layoff: TVNewsers Navigate A Career Detour - Posted April 29, 2009
Alissa Krinsky TVNewser Contributor "There's life after whatever job you're in now," says former HLN anchor Linda Stouffer. Stouffer was laid off in December after 12 years at the network. She was not alone. Dozens of tvnewsers, on air and off, were let... [TVNewser]

More On-Air Talent Out at CNN - Posted December 13, 2008
TVNewser has confirmed CNN Headline News afternoon anchor Carrie Lee is leaving the network. Her last day is Tuesday. The New York-based anchor has been with the network since 2001. FishbowlDC reports Kelli... [TVNewser]

Koch, Arena Leave CNN - Posted December 12, 2008
FishbowlDC has obtained an internal memo from CNN reporter Kathleen Koch: 2009 will be a year of change for the nation. And it will be a year of change for me. After 18 years with CNN, I am moving on. I am so grateful for the amazing opportunity I've had to cover... [FishbowlDC]

Kathleen Koch Leaving CNN - Posted December 12, 2008
Kathleen Koch is leaving CNN after 18 years with the network. Koch specialized in aviation reporting and was a back-up correspondent at the Pentagon and White House. Koch is based out of the DC bureau. ... [TVNewser]

The White House on Election Day - Posted November 6, 2008
CNN's Kathleen Koch blogged about the scene at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue on Tuesday. Heard today around the White House -- A network photographer: "Nothing's happening. Not here, at least." A wire service reporter: "It's boring. Like a morgue around here." A senior administration official: "We're all curled in a fetal ... [FishbowlDC]

Koch Heads Home - Posted August 29, 2007
Yesterday, you may have spotted CNN's Kathleen Koch (based out of CNN's DC bureau) in her hometown of Bay St. Louis, Mississippi. Koch is reporting on the second anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. Kathleen coverage has included two one-hour documentaries, "Saving My Town: The Fight for Bay St. Louis" and "The... [FishbowlDC]

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