FishbowlDC hears that the AP’s DC print bureau has issued a — get this — office-wide ban on microwaved popcorn in response to the funky odor of burnt popcorn bags. AP print types: Don’t worry. Just head to your broadcast bureau, where the ban is not in effect (this, we assume, will only add to the broadcast/print rivalry at AP). Will the ban remain when all of AP moves into the same building at 13th and L in a few more months? Stay tuned…
D.C. Public Relations Firm is looking for a Vice President- Digital Media. next job The Kiplinger Washington Editors, Inc. is looking for a Sales Director - Senior Leadership Role. next job Credit Union National Association is looking for a Video Editor. next job RAINN (Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network) is looking for a Copywriter. next job Foreign Policy Group is looking for a Marketing Manager. next job DC Public Relations Firm is looking for a Director- Digital Media. next job FierceHealthPayer is looking for a Healthcare B2B Senior Editor, FierceHealthPayer. next job The Chronicle of Higher Education is looking for a Assistant Editor (Part-time). next job U.S. News & World Report is looking for a Travel Contractor. next job Atlantic Council is looking for a Deputy Director, Communications. see all
Develop a plan for your book's success in our online boot camp, Book Promotion & Publicity! Starting November 3, publishing and publicity experts will teach you the best practices for a successful book launch using various promotional techniques. Register before October 3 to get $50 OFF with early bird pricing. Register now!