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Bloomberg Businessweek on the Franchising of Politico - Posted December 5, 2013
For major U.S. media markets such as Chicago and Los Angeles, there's a lot riding on the Allbritton Communications purchase and re-branding of Capital New York. Per a feature article by... [Fishbowl NY]

Bloomberg Businessweek on the Franchising of Politico - Posted December 5, 2013
For major U.S. media markets such as Chicago and Los Angeles, there's a lot riding on the Allbritton Communications purchase and re-branding of Capital New York. Per a feature article by... [FishbowlNY]

Politico Hires Editor From The Atlantic - Posted September 18, 2013
A piece of news that may make some over at The Atlantic gag (get it?): Politico's Magazine has hired Geoffrey Gagnon as its editorial director. Gagnon was a senior editor at The Atlantic. Before that he was articles ... [FishbowlDC]

Separated at Birth: Politico's Susan Glasser - Posted August 23, 2013
There's something about AMC Mad Men's "Peggy Olson" (played by actress Elisabeth Moss) that reminds us so much of Politico's relatively new longform magazine editor Susan Glasser. ... [FishbowlDC]

Politico Hires New York Mag Contributing Editor and Puts Glenn Thrush in New Role - Posted August 12, 2013
Politico is slowly but surely putting together its magazine team. Run by Susan Glasser and Blake Hounshell, both of whom recently arrived from ... [FishbowlDC]

Women on the Rise at Politico? - Posted August 12, 2013
Are women on the rise at Politico? If you recall, in a recent interview with TNR, Executive Editor Jim VandeHei and Isaac Chotiner ... [FishbowlDC]

NJ's Fournier Goes on Book Leave, but First Bellyaches at a Party - Posted July 29, 2013
On Friday National Journal's Editorial Director and national correspondent Ron Fournier went on book leave. The book will center on the genuinely touching National Journal Magazine ... [FishbowlDC]

Morning Chatter - Posted July 25, 2013
THIS TOWN: "This is the point of the party where I become everything I mock." -- NYT's ... [FishbowlDC]

It's Official: Hounshell to Politico, Where He'll Be Glasser's Deputy - Posted June 13, 2013
It's a done deal. Blake Hounshell, who resigned from FP last week, is going to work for Politico as his former boss's deputy. That's right, Susan Glasser... [FishbowlDC]

FP's Ex-Hounshell to Politico? - Posted June 11, 2013
FP's ex-Managing Editor Blake Hounshell, who announced that he was leaving the magazine Friday after six and a half years, was spotted across the river at Politico that very same day. We're not PI's, but rumors are swir... [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]

Foreign Policy Makes Big Announcements - Posted June 10, 2013
Seeing as Foreign Policy Magazine lost its Editor-in-Chief Susan Glasser last week to Politico, the higher ups have to be feeling pleased that they have major an... [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]

AnonymASS Tipster of the Day - Posted June 3, 2013
We're making this one "Tipster of the Day" since there could be more as the week moves along. Seems premature to give this one the prize for the entire week. Anyhow, this tipster is referring to the news broken by Politico Publicist ... [FishbowlDC]

Politico Hires New Editor, Perhaps New Publicist As Well - Posted June 3, 2013
Late Sunday evening, Politico publicist media reporter Dy... [FishbowlDC]

Foreign Policy Replaces Josh Rogin - Posted May 6, 2013
As of Monday, John Hudson will replace Josh Rogin in manning Foreign Policy magazine's "The Cable" blog, according to a newsroom memo by Editor-in-C... [PRNewser]

Foreign Policy Replaces Josh Rogin - Posted May 6, 2013
As of Monday, John Hudson will replace Josh Rogin in manning Foreign Policy magazine's "The Cable" blog, according to a newsroom memo by Editor-in-C... [FishbowlDC]

Politico's Smashing Party - Posted April 29, 2013
A hush fell over the crowd at Politico's Sunday brunch at Robert and Elena Allbritton's home as a display of food came crashing to the ground outside under a tent. No one was standing near enough to be responsible, so it doesn't look like they'll be adding any guidelines abo... [FishbowlDC]

Foreign Policy Channels Inner It Girl - Posted August 13, 2012
The media sales world in Washington has been a cross between Lifetime's Project Runway and an all-day marathon of MSNBC's Lockup. One day you're in. The next you're out. And sometimes it's all a big ugly backstabbing fight. ... [PRNewser]

Foreign Policy Channels Inner It Girl - Posted August 13, 2012
The media sales world in Washington has been a cross between Lifetime's Project Runway and an all-day marathon of MSNBC's Lockup. One day you're in. The next you're out. And sometimes it's all a big ugly backstabbing fight. ... [FishbowlDC]

Get Acquainted With Foreign Policy's New eBook - Posted April 18, 2012
What's good for Politico's Mike Allen is good for everyone, right? In a recent internal memo, Foreign Policy Editor-in-Chief ... [FishbowlDC]

Susan Glasser Showers Kisses on Employees - Posted April 4, 2012
Every once in a while journalists need pats on the back. If for nothing else, to cut down on the seething resentment toward superiors that exists in some newsrooms. This week Foreign Policy Editor Susan Glasser... [PRNewser]

Susan Glasser Showers Kisses on Employees - Posted April 4, 2012
Every once in a while journalists need pats on the back. If for nothing else, to cut down on the seething resentment toward superiors that exists in some newsrooms. This week Foreign Policy Editor Susan Glasser... [FishbowlDC]

Doggone Good Month for FP! - Posted June 1, 2011
[caption id="attachment_40798" align="aligncenter" width="493" caption="Photo courtesy of ForeignPolicy.com "][/caption] ForeignPolicy.com is celebrating yet another record-breaking month, thanks to a little help from some canine contributors. We ... [FishbowlDC]

NYT's Mark Leibovich Wins Ellie for Delving Into Netherworld of Politico's Mike Allen - Posted May 11, 2011
NYT's Mark Leibovich was among several Washington journalists who came away from the National Magazine Awards (nicknamed the "Ellies" for their elephant-shapped trophies) this week with accolades. Leibovich won the ma... [FishbowlDC]

Glasser, Pomfret, Filkins Win 2011 Weintal Prize - Posted March 29, 2011
If you aren't partaking in tomorrow evening's prom-tastic RTCA Dinner, consider checking out Georgetown University's panel and reception in honor of the Edward Weintal Prize for Diplomatic Reporting. An annual award presented to one or more journalists, The Edward Weintal Prize recognizes distinguished reporting on foreign policy and... [FishbowlDC]

E-Books Could Prove New Revenue Stream For Times Journalists? - Posted March 23, 2011
Joe Pompeo at Yahoo reports on media outlets' forays into e-book publishing. It's interesting stuff: the New York Times released an ebook early this year compiling mostly previously-published wo... [MediaJobsDaily]

ForeignPolicy.com Boasts Record Month - Posted February 1, 2011
Who says journalism is dead? Certainly not Susan Glasser and the folks at Foreign Policy. On the second anniversary of the new ForeignPolicy.... [FishbowlDC]

FP Hires Kate Brown as Dir. PR/Mktg. - Posted January 5, 2011
New America Foundation (NAF) Media Relations Manager Kate Brown is joining Foreign Policy as director of public relations and marketing. The news came in the form of a memo from FP's Susan Glasser and Amer Yaqub this morning. Prior... [FishbowlDC]

FP Launches "Wikileaked" Blog - Posted December 7, 2010
Last week Foreign Policy launched "Wikileaked," a new blog that will mine the secret documents released on the WikiLeaks website for original articles and daily blog posts by columnists such as ... [FishbowlDC]

A Big Night for Foreign Policy - Posted November 29, 2010
Susan Glasser and the crew from Foreign Policy have a lot to celebrate this year - the 40th ... [FishbowlDC]

Is it War? FP's Morning Brief Vs. Playbook - Posted October 25, 2010
Last week FishbowlDC reported on remarks in an internal memo to Foreign Policy magazine staff. In it, Editor ... [FishbowlDC]

FP's Glasser: "Mike Allen's Got Nothing on Us" - Posted October 21, 2010
In a memo to staff this morning, FP Editor Susan Glasser praised Josh Keating and David Kenner for the growth of "Morning Brief," the magazine's daily email that has grown to 50,000 subscribers. Glasser joked that "... [FishbowlDC]

FP Killing It, Glasser Overjoyed - Posted June 23, 2010
Susan Glasser was named editor-in-chief of Foreign Policy only two months ago and already the magazine's success is surpassing her goals for the year. With a record 1.3 million views yesterday alone and Glasser's addition of new features and contributors like Steve Levine and his "Oil and Glory" blog that debuted this... [FishbowlDC]

FP Adds Levine and Hoffman to the Roster - Posted June 4, 2010
In an email to staff yesterday, Foreign Policy EIC Susan Glasser announced the addition of Steve Levine and David E. Hoffman to her team. LeVine who has worked for the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, B... [FishbowlDC]

FP Hires Two New Editors - Posted May 20, 2010
In a memo to Foreign Policy staff today, Susan Glasser announced two new hires: Benjamin Pauker who has been named senior editor and a new associate editor, Cameron Abadi. Glasser's memo below: Hi everyone... Wanted ... [FishbowlDC]

FP Hires Washington Monthly's Homans - Posted May 12, 2010
Foreign Policy has hired Washington Monthly's Charlie Homans as an associate editor. Prior to Washington Monthly, Homans was a public radio reporter in Alaska (according to a memo from Susan Glasser, he was the only journalist in the Aleutian Islands) and before that, a newspaper reporter in Wyomin... [FishbowlDC]

Glasser Movin' On Up at FP! - Posted April 1, 2010
Susan Glasser, Foreign Policy's current executive editor has been named editor in chief. She succeeds longtime editor Moises Naim, who is leaving the magazine to return to the Carnegie Endowment... [FishbowlDC]

FP Celebrates Three NMA Noms - Posted March 10, 2010
Susan Glasser announced to her team only minutes ago that Foreign Policy is up for three National Magazine Awards. Memo below. Congrats to FP! From: Susan Glasser Sent: Wednesday, March 10, 2010 12:04 PM Subject: Congrats! Some terrific news this morning: FP has been nominated as a finalist for... [FishbowlDC]

FishbowlDC Interview with Josh Rogin - Posted March 5, 2010
Say hello to Josh Rogin, staff writer for Foreign Policy magazine, who writes the daily online column The Cable, a look inside the foreign policy machine of the Obama ad... [FishbowlDC]

Traub Named Contributing Editor for FP - Posted February 22, 2010
Susan Glasser announced this afternoon that James Traub will join Foreign Policy as a contributing editor and write a weekly column called "Terms of Engagement." Traub, an author and contributing writer for the New York Times Magazine and TIME, will write for FP on the "intersection of U.S. f... [FishbowlDC]

FP Launches "Turtle Bay" Blog - Posted January 19, 2010
Foreign Policy launched "Turtle Bay" this morning. Written by Colum Lynch, the new blog will offer original reporting and behind the scenes analysis and insight from the United Nations. About his new project, Lynch said: "I hope Turtle Bay will become a regular read for U.N. staff, diploma... [FishbowlDC]

TNR Declares WaPocalypse - Posted January 18, 2010
"Inside the messy collapse of a great newspaper." That's the sub-headline of TNR's fiery article about the Post "apocalypse" that FishbowlDC previewed this evening. From Susan Glasser's rise and fall as editor of the the national desk, the birth of ... [FishbowlDC]

FP Celebrates a Year of Success - Posted January 5, 2010
In an email this morning, Foreign Policy's Susan Glasser praised her staff for a solid year of growth since the relaunch of ForeignPolicy.com (5 times more traffic since last year). Glasser congratulated the FP team for "a record-breaking 5.8 million pageviews in December and more than 45 million page views... [FishbowlDC]

FP to Hold "How Can We Improve Foreign Aid in the Developing World?" Event - Posted November 16, 2009
This Thursday, November 19th, Foreign Policy will host a panel discussion with former Afghan Finance Minister Dr. Ashraf Ghani (via satellite) at the Newseum. The event titled "How Can We Improve Foreign Aid in the Developing World?" will be held at 2pm and moderated by FP Executive Editor Susan Glasser. Oth... [FishbowlDC]

Carlos Lozada to Become WaPo Outlook Editor - Posted September 16, 2009
Carlos Lozada will become Outlook Editor for WaPo, replacing John Pomfret when he takes his seat on National's diplomatic team. See the WaPo memo obtained by FBDC that announces Lozada's new gig after the jump. We are pleased to announce that Carlos Lozada will become Outlook Editor,... [FishbowlDC]

More: Politico Hires Foreign Policy Mag's Rozen - Posted August 24, 2009
We told you earlier today that Politico would be beefing up its foreign policy coverage with the hire of Laura Rozen, and shared with you a memo from Politico's Bill Nichols,... [FishbowlDC]

Foreign Policy Forges On... - Posted April 22, 2009
Every once in a while we get our hands on an internal memo that isn't about layoffs or salary cuts... Is it as newsworthy? Probably not, but the doom and gloom is starting to wear on me so congrats to FP on their continued successes. Susan Glasser's memo obtained by... [FishbowlDC]

Ricks Takes To The Blog - Posted December 29, 2008
Former Washington Post military reporter Tom Ricks, who took a buyout from the paper in April and remains a correspondent, will soon launch a blog for Foreign Policy magazine, FishbowlDC has learned. Under the leadership of Executive Editor Susan Glasser (a l... [FishbowlDC]

Weisberg Chimes In on "Foreign Policy" Purchase - Posted September 30, 2008
Earlier on FishbowlDC: "So That's What Susan Glasser Will Do Next..." Slate Group Editor-in-Chief Jacob Weisberg sent out an email to Washingtonpost.Newsweek Interactive staffers this morning, obtained by FishbowlDC, in which he elaborates on the purchase of Foreign Policy magazine. Weisberg adm... [FishbowlDC]

So That's What Susan Glasser Will Do Next... - Posted September 29, 2008
Bloomberg reported last week that the Washington Post would acquire Foreign Policy magazine. The official release is out and has some additional details: Susan Glasser, a longtime Washington Post editor and foreign correspondent who served as co-bureau chief in Moscow and covered the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, will jo... [FishbowlDC]

City Paper Examines Glasser's Tenure - Posted April 7, 2008
...and it ain't pretty. Choice quotes about the Washington Post's National Editor Susan Glasser: "Yes, Glasser is a smart newswoman, but she's really distinguishing herself with bad management. Washington City Paper should have listened more closely to the various sources who cast her as a train wreck." "Glasser's detractors have recently f... [FishbowlDC]

What Do Posties Think Of The "Downie Leaving" Rumor? - Posted March 25, 2008
Earlier: "Downie: Gone?!?" We asked some: "I have no idea if the rumor is valid, but Jaffe's analysis sounds about right , in that I think there would be a newspaper rebellion if any of the comedians mentioned got the nod. The only person who would I think might be welcomed.... is the... [FishbowlDC]

Thompson Returns To The Post - Posted February 12, 2008
Okay, so here's how it started: A tipster heard that the Washington Post's Susan Glasser, Bill Hamilton and one more big time Postie were spotted having coffee recently with NYTimes investigative reporter Marilyn Thompson. Speculation has it that Thompson was upset that the Times didn't run their story about the relationship between Sen.... [FishbowlDC]

Milbank Ain't Going Anywhere - Posted February 8, 2008
From Politico: The Washington Post's Dana Milbank has recently been in negotiations with Time magazine about writing a column similar to his popular "Washington Sketch" pieces. Milbank confirmed to Politico that he had job discussions with the newsweekly but decided to remain at the Post. He declined to comment further. A few thoughts: Why... [FishbowlDC]

Morning Reading List, 10.16.07 - Posted October 16, 2007
Good morning Washington. Did you make it? The deadline for this year's Knight News Challenge grants and the MacArthur Foundation's Digital Media and Learning competition, was yesterday! "... [FishbowlDC]

Obama First Pol To Grace GQ Cover In 15 Years - Posted August 13, 2007
First on FishbowlDC... GQ asks: Does "the new star of the Democratic Party" have "the nerve, the political spine, and the will to do the (sometimes dirty) work it takes to get to the White House?" That was then (Nov. 1992)... ...this is now (Sept. 2007)... FishbowlDC has learned that Sen.... [FishbowlDC]

Journos In Love At The Post - Posted July 3, 2007
Harry Jaffe points out the following pairings: "The latest pairing is Pulitzer Prize "winning special-projects reporter Barton Gellman and WMD specialist Dafna Linzer." "The reigning power couple today is Susan Glasser and Peter Baker. She's assistant managing editor for national news; he covers the White House--which m... [FishbowlDC]

The Post's National Desk - Posted June 25, 2007
A number of you have written in confused about how Rajiv Chandrasekaran's recent promotion affects the Washington Post's National Desk. To help you out, here's the pecking order, in order of rank: 1. Susan Glasser, AME/National 2. Bill Hamilton (National politics editor) and Rajiv Chandrasekaran (National Editor). Rajiv will oversee all other national... [FishbowlDC]

Ruth Marcus On The Post's Office Romances - Posted May 21, 2007
In looking at the Wolowitz-Riza-Worldbank situation, Post columnist Ruth Marcus discusses how the Post handles office relationships: As it happens, my newspaper grappled recently with a similar problem, with the genders gratifyingly reversed -- and came to an opposite conclusion. In naming a new person to run the national section, the top... [FishbowlDC]

John Pomfret To Edit Outlook - Posted January 29, 2007
A staff note from Len Downie and Phil Bennett: We are very pleased to announce that John Pomfret will be the next editor of Outlook. Over the last 25 years, John has blazed a trail as one of the great foreign correspondents of his generation. The last 14 of these have... [FishbowlDC]

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