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Roll Call: Atomic, PHD, Widmeyer Communications, and More - Posted March 9, 2011
Libby Langsdorf has joined Atomic PR's New York office as senior director. Langsdorf was AVP for public affairs for the New York City Economic Development Corporation. Atomic co-founder/CEO Andy Getsy cites Langsdorf's experience with the city's "tec... [PRNewser]

Proposed Small Business Paperwork Relief Act Would Repeal 1099 Reporting Requirements - Posted November 23, 2010
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More Than One Million Could Lose Jobless Benefits - Posted April 30, 2010
Congress is unlikely to extend jobless benefits past 99 weeks though up to 1 million people could need them, Bloomberg reports. "You can't go on forever," Senate Finance Committee Chairman Max Baucus, of Montana, whose panel oversees the benefits program, told Bloomberg. "I think 99 weeks is sufficient," he said. Yet n... [MediaJobsDaily]

GQ's "50 Most Powerful in DC" List: One Degree of Obama - Posted October 13, 2009
Photo from Forget Kevin Bacon. President Barack Obama and VP ... [FishbowlDC]

FNC Passes on Obama at Memorial: 'Cronkite Would Have Wanted the News Covered' - Posted September 9, 2009
While CNN and MSNBC dipped in and out of this morning's memorial service for Walter Cronkite, including airing the remembrance from Pres. Obama, Fox News Channel aired about three minutes of the service, and did not include the president's remarks. At the two-hour-25 minute ceremony, Obama was the last to speak. He... [TVNewser]

Maddow Brings up Beck on Meet the Press - Posted August 16, 2009
In her first appearance on Meet the Press, MSNBC's Rachel Maddow brought up one of those other cable news talkers: Democrats have a huge 60-seat majority in the Senate. And therefore they've got big majorities on every committee too. But ... [TVNewser]