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World's Most Boring Internal Memo - Posted April 28, 2010
If there were awards for Most Boring Internal Memo at a publication, this one from WaPo might get a Pulitzer in that category. Reading this was like trudging through mud, but if you care to, be my guest. The long and short of it (after I took a quick nap... [FishbowlDC]

Davis Named WaPo's Deputy Political Editor - Posted March 12, 2009
WaPo announced today Marcia Davis will be the paper's new deputy political editor, working under political editor Tim Curran. From the memo: "Marcia is one of the newspaper's most imaginative and passionate editors, and will add fresh ideas and a vibrant spirit to our coverage of national politics." Full memo after the... [FishbowlDC]

For WaPo Big Wigs, A Special Buffet - Posted November 6, 2008
So... Each election night at the Washington Post, a big buffet spread is provided to staffers, many of whom stay up late and work hard while the results roll in. It's not only a tradition, but a fairly democratic one at that: Staffers like the fact that everyone from Don Graham on... [FishbowlDC]

News From Post's Political Team (And Garance Franke-Ruta Gets Hired) - Posted December 7, 2007
From an internal memo, obtained by FishbowlDC: With the Iowa caucuses and New Hampshire primaries just weeks away, we're growing our National campaign team, with help from an amazing array of talent from just about the entire Post newsroom. Starting Sunday we'll launch Candidates Week -- eight days examining the front-runners in... [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]

Roll Call's Mitchell Announcement - Posted January 23, 2007
From the release: Roll Call, the award-winning Congressional newspaper, today announced that Deputy Editor Charlie Mitchell will become the editor next month when Tim Curran leaves Roll Call for the Washington Post. Mitchell will lead a strong staff of experienced editors and reporters, including Managing Editor David Meyers and Ben Pershing, who is... [FishbowlDC]

Tim Curran Leaves Roll Call For Post - Posted January 10, 2007
From the Post's internal announcement: We are thrilled to announce that Tim Curran, editor of Roll Call newspaper, will join the National desk as the new politics editor. We expect Tim to play a key role in directing our 2008 campaign coverage both in the paper and on the website, and he... [FishbowlDC]

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