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Defense One Hires FP's Gordon Lubold, Defense News' Marcus Weisgerber - Posted September 10, 2014
Defense One executive editor Kevin Baron today announced the hires of Gordon Lubold and Ma... [FishbowlDC]

Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Martin Dempsey to Headline Defense One Summit - Posted September 9, 2014
Defense One today announced that Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Martin Dempsey will headline its second annual summit, in conversation with executive editor Kevin Baron. Dempsey will explain how "the military is red... [FishbowlDC]

POLITICO Launches Defense Tweet Hub - Posted August 19, 2014
POLITICO today announced the launch of its Defense Tweet Hub, a look at conversation pertaining to defense policy, weapons programs, and the Pentagon budget on Twitter. The three panel deck pulls Twitter commenta... [FishbowlDC]

Atlantic Media's 'Defense One' Plans to Double Editorial and Business Staff - Posted July 22, 2014
Defense One today announced that it plans to more than double its number of dedicated staff with the addition of 11 new full-time editorial and business employees. The announcement comes days after the Atlantic vertical celebrated it's ... [PRNewser]

Defense One Hires Molly O'Toole - Posted May 12, 2014
Defense One Executive Editor Kevin Baron announced today the hire of Molly O'Toole as the outlet's first politics reporter. O'Toole will cover "the rhetoric versus the... [FishbowlDC]

Tucker Hired, Gaskell Upped as Defense One Expands - Posted January 30, 2014
[caption id="attachment_122381" align="alignright" width="240"] New deputy editor Stephanie Gaskell.[/caption] Atlantic Media's new Pentagon-focused pub, Defense One, is making some internal moves. Patrick Tucker was hire... [FishbowlDC]

Atlantic Media's Defense One Launches - Posted July 16, 2013
It's finally here. Atlantic Media's much-anticipated new site Defense One launched today, with executive editor Kevin Baron at the helm. Other editorial staff include a... [FishbowlDC]

Atlantic Media Launches 'Defense One' - Posted July 16, 2013
Defense One, Atlantic Media's new site catering to those involved (or just interested) in the national security and defense world, went live this morning. If that's your idea of fun, then you'll likely find something worthwhile. Content on Defen... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Atlantic Media Launches 'Defense One' - Posted July 16, 2013
Defense One, Atlantic Media's new site catering to those involved (or just interested) in the national security and defense world, went live this morning. If that's your idea of fun, then you'll likely find something worthwhile. Content on Defen... [FishbowlNY]

Marc Ambinder Joins The Atlantic's Defense One - Posted June 27, 2013
Marc Ambinder is joining The Atlantic's national security site -- Defense One -- as a senior contributor. Ambinder will retain his roles as editor-at-large of The Week and contributing editor to GQ and T... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Marc Ambinder Joins The Atlantic's Defense One - Posted June 27, 2013
Marc Ambinder is joining The Atlantic's national security site -- Defense One -- as a senior contributor. Ambinder will retain his roles as editor-at-large of The Week and contributing editor to GQ and T... [FishbowlNY]

Politico's Gaskell To Join Defense One - Posted June 18, 2013
Defense One, a new site from Atlantic Media, announced that Politico's Stephanie Gaskell will join the site as a senior reporter and associate editor. "Stephanie is a true pro, well-known across the mi... [FishbowlDC]

FP's Managing Editor Flew the Coop - Posted June 10, 2013
Indeed, lots of changes at Foreign Policy Magazine as of late. Another one we just learned of is Managing Editor Blake Hounshell, who announced Friday that he was leaving. This comes on the heels of ... [FishbowlDC]

FP Takes Swipe at Just-Departed Josh Rogin - Posted June 5, 2013
The claws are out. In a display of what smells like grudge-holding for leaving the publication, Foreign Policy is taking a swing at Josh Rogin, who left just weeks ago for The Daily Beast. They don't name him in the story, ... [FishbowlDC]

Fishbowl5 With FP CEO David Rothkopf - Posted June 4, 2013
This week Susan Glasser, Editor-in-Chief of Foreign Policy Magazine for the past three years, dropped a bombshell on her staff and announced that she was leaving the publication for Politico, where she will head up a longform magazine-style writing department that will reportedly cost Publisher Robert Allbritton... [FishbowlDC]

Kevin Baron Named Exec Editor of Atlantic Media's Defense One - Posted May 20, 2013
Atlantic Media's new military and defense site -- Defense One -- has an editor. Kevin Baron, most ... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Kevin Baron Named Exec Editor of Atlantic Media's Defense One - Posted May 20, 2013
Atlantic Media's new military and defense site -- Defense One -- has an editor. Kevin Baron, most ... [FishbowlNY]

Atlantic's Defense One Names Exec. Editor - Posted May 20, 2013
Foreign Policy's Kevin Baron is headed to Atlantic Media where he'll be Executive Editor of Defense One, a new brand set to launch this summer. "Kevin Baron is a rising star in defense media, and we are thril... [FishbowlDC]

Free Fall Q & A With FP's Kevin Baron - Posted March 28, 2013
Foreign Policy magazine's Kevin Baron, who typically writes The E-Ring blog, is filling in for Gordon Lubold this week to write the early morning Situation Report. So we caught up with him to see how that's going. A bit of background on Baron... [FishbowlDC]

NJ Hires 'Business of War' Reporter - Posted September 22, 2011
NJ has hired Kevin Baron, a military reporter for Stars and Stripes to cover the Business of War beat. He has a wealth of experience and his overseas assignments have led him to Africa, Australia, Europe, the Middle East, Southern Asia and the South Pacific. Read the detailed memo from Editor-in-Chief... [FishbowlDC]

Stars and Stripes Wins Polk Award for Series on the Pentagon's PR Firm Controversy - Posted April 1, 2010
A team of reporters at the independent military newspaper Stars and Stripes snagged a 2009 George Polk Award for a series of stories about the Rendon Group's profiling of journalists covering the war in Afghanistan. Reporters C... [PRNewser]

Polk Awards Focus On War In Middle East - Posted February 16, 2010
The 2009 George Polk made history yesterday by announcing its first ever anonymous winners: the men and/or women who captured the footage of Iranian protester Neda Agha-Soltan dying... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Polk Awards Focus On War In Middle East - Posted February 16, 2010
The 2009 George Polk made history yesterday by announcing its first ever anonymous winners: the men and/or women who captured the footage of Iranian protester Neda Agha-Soltan dying... [FishbowlNY]

Military Cancels 'Media Analyst Contract' With Rendon Group - Posted August 31, 2009
Kevin Baron at Stars and Stripes writes: The U.S. military is canceling its contract with a controversial private firm that was producing background profiles of journalists seeking to cover the war that graded their past work as "positive," "negative" or "neutral," Stars and Stripes has learned. "The Bagram Regional Contracting Cent... [FishbowlLA]

Who Will Get Called On Tonight? A Look Back At Obama's Pressers - Posted July 22, 2009
Tonight is President Obama's fourth prime-time press conference, fifth overall. Each presser has lasted about an hour and averages 13 reporters' questions. Fox did not air Obama's 100th day press conference, the third, on the network and will not tonight either. In his first prime-time press conference Feb. 9th, the President called... [FishbowlDC]

So Who Was Called On? And Where Were They Seated? - Posted March 24, 2009
President Obama's news conference this evening lasted about an hour and he took questions from 13 reporters. Notably missing from those called on were the NYT, WaPo, WSJ and USA Today. In this order: AP's Jennifer Loven (called on first for the second time), NBC's Chuck Todd, ABC's ... [FishbowlDC]

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