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Revolving Door Newsletter: 04.02.13
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Sharon Bernstein Segues from NBC LA to Reuters - Posted April 1, 2013
After a couple of weeks off, NBC Southern California and former LA Times staffer Sharon Bernstein (pictured) has started an exciting new career chapter today. She's joined the Thomson Reuters... [FishbowlLA]

NBCLA Hosts Social Media Party - Posted August 10, 2012
Last night at NBC Southern California headquarters in Burbank, several dozen invited bloggers gathered for an evening of food, drink and conference room presentations about the station's Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram efforts tied to the London Summer Olympics. Website editorial director ... [FishbowlLA]

NBCLA Staffer Named a Cronkite School Visiting Professor - Posted December 22, 2011
Following similar stints in 2010 and 2011 by, respectively, Leslie Wayne of the New York Times and CNN's ... [FishbowlLA]

Adding to the LA Times Body Count - Posted August 1, 2011
The staffers laid off from the LA Times last week weren't the only ones losing their jobs. Some, like Randy Hagihara, director of the metro & summer internship program, took voluntary buyouts. Freelance budgets were slashed in multiple sections, meaning less work for struggling freelancers. We heard from Avital Binshtock... [FishbowlLA]

Breaking: Major Layoffs at the LA Times - Posted July 27, 2011
A source tells us columnist Tim Rutten was definitely laid off. So was Sharon Bernstein, the assistant business editor. We're told the Calendar section will largely be spared, losing mainly expense and freelance budgets. But that "features (health, travel, food etc) is getting hit harder." LA Observed ... [FishbowlLA]