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Megan Carpentier Joins Guardian US - Posted April 1, 2014
The Guardian US has named Megan Carpentier deputy opinion editor. Carpentier was previously Raw Story's executive editor and an associate editor at Talking Points Memo. She has also served as an editor at Jezeb... [Fishbowl NY]

Megan Carpentier Joins Guardian US - Posted April 1, 2014
The Guardian US has named Megan Carpentier deputy opinion editor. Carpentier was previously Raw Story's executive editor and an associate editor at Talking Points Memo. She has also served as an editor at Jezeb... [FishbowlNY]

The Guardian Hopes Clever Ads Will Attract American Readers - Posted March 4, 2013
The Guardian is a widely-respected paper, but it has been having a tough time attracting an American readership. It has made some big hires -- such as Glenn Gree... [Fishbowl NY]

The Guardian Hopes Clever Ads Will Attract American Readers - Posted March 4, 2013
The Guardian is a widely-respected paper, but it has been having a tough time attracting an American readership. It has made some big hires -- such as Glenn Gree... [FishbowlNY]

The Guardian 'Delighted' by Quick Success in U.S. - Posted May 7, 2012
The Guardian has been a respected daily newspaper based in London since 1821. In its two centuries of newsgathering, the paper went from telling a local story to providing a national presence. In September, The Guardian branched out further, opening a ... [Fishbowl NY]

The Guardian 'Delighted' by Quick Success in U.S. - Posted May 7, 2012
The Guardian has been a respected daily newspaper based in London since 1821. In its two centuries of newsgathering, the paper went from telling a local story to providing a national presence. In September, The Guardian branched out further, opening a ... [FishbowlNY]

The Pros and Cons of Covering the Election on Twitter - Posted February 16, 2012
Social media's imprint on presidential election coverage continues to expand. As Jim Roberts, assistant managing editor at The New York Times... [PRNewser]

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