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Vice to Partner with OurTime to Push Voter Registration

logoVice and OurTime, a non-profit organization that drives Americans to vote, have partnered in the run up to the 2014 midterm elections, POLITICO’s Hadas Gold reports.

Included on Vice political coverage will be an embedded tool to assist Americans in registering to vote, with a goal of “250,000 young voters before the November elections,” Vice and OurTime told Gold.

“Millennials live and breathe online, and no two organizations understand that better than OurTime.org and VICE,” said OurTime.org co-founder Matthew Segal via POLITICO. “We are thrilled to partner with media company that reaches millions of young Americans each week and is committed to engaging them in the issues that matter most to our country. This is a tremendous day for OurTime.org’s voter registration efforts, as we look forward to not only meeting, but exceeding our goals for 2014.”

For more on the partnership, click on over to POLITICO.

CNN’s ‘Hambycast’ Explores Hillary’s Media Circus

CNN’s “Hambycast” is back, and this time for Peter Hamby‘s trip to Iowa for the Harkin Steak Fry and the media circus that was Hillary Clinton’s visit to it.

Hamby documents the 200+ credentialed media’s obsession with Clinton’s appearance and more so, her potential 2016 run for president.

“One reporter got whacked in the head with the butt of a big television camera. Another photographer dramatically toppled off his ladder while straining to get a shot. It was a little absurd,” writes Hamby in an accompanying post. “When the Clintons approached the media zoo for question time, Bill Clinton leaned in and relished the scene. Hillary kept her distance.”

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Mediabistro Morning Roundup – 9.19.14

From TVNewser to FishbowlNY, here are your top stories from across Mediabistro.

FishbowlDC Susan Glasser Named Editor of Politico

TVNewser ISIS Reportedly Holding Another Journalist Captive

InsideFacebook Facebook Updates for iOS 8

AllTwitter Six Steps to Measure Social Media ROI

TVSpy Gallup Poll: Trust in Mass Media Reporting Back at ‘All-Time Low’

Lost Remote Fall TV Fail: NBC’s Marketing Wednesdays All Wrong

FishbowlNY Fortune Lists ’50 Most Powerful Women in Business’

SocialTimes Report: We’re Spending 49% More Time in Social Media Apps Versus Last Year

AllFacebook Time is of the Essence, As Facebook Tweaks Algorithm Again

10,000 Words Apply for the Matter International Reporting Fellowship

Inside Mobile Apps Mobli Media Acquires Content-Sharing Platform Pheed

GalleyCat Free Samples of NBA’s Longlist for Fiction Available

PRNewser The Roadmap for Measurement’s Past, Present and Future

AgencySpy TBWA/Chiat/Day Sends Off Yankees Captain for Gatorade

MediaJobsDaily Tips to Stay Awake on the Job

UnBeige Watch: At Home with Pablo Bronstein

Afternoon Lede Check – 9.18.14

From WaPo to WJLA, here are the stories that are leading your homepages today, after the jump…

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AP’s Steve Peoples Set to Cover 2016 Republican Presidential Candidates

profile_pic_400x400The Associated Press’ Steve Peoples will cover Republican candidates in the 2016 presidential election, Dylan Byers reported this morning.

Political editor David Scott wrote in a memo to staff, “For months during the last presidential campaign, Peoples was a fixture in the living rooms and coffee shops where the New Hampshire primary is won and lost…In recent months, even as he continued covering GOP contenders, Steve took it upon himself to keep the AP’s political reporting team organized and on point, leading story discussion meetings and organizing coverage of key moments of the off-campaign year. His assistance has been invaluable to me as I get up to speed in Washington.”

The 9.14.14 Sunday Show Ratings

sunday-shows_304The Sunday after Chuck Todd‘s first as moderator of NBC’s “Meet the Press,” the show is back in 3rd place in the ratings war.

CBS’s “Face the Nation’s” first half hour garnered 3,054,000 total viewers nationally, according to Nielsen Media Research. In second for total viewers was ABC’s “This Week” with 2,889,000 followed by “MTP” at 2,589,000.

In the coveted A25-54 demo, ABC led with 947,000 viewers, followed by CBS’s first half hour with 913,000 viewers and NBC at 668,000.

Last week, Todd’s debut as moderator included an exclusive with President Obama and “Meet” was the number 1 rated Sunday show. An NBC spokeswoman said, “We couldn’t be more proud of Chuck’s first show and are so appreciative of the viewers that turned to ‘Meet the Press’ this Sunday. At the same time, we know that one week does not equal a trend and expanding our regular audience will take a slow build week to week.”

Click through to see the 9.14.14 Sunday show ratings nationally and here for the Sunday show ratings in the DC market. Read more

A Look Back at Susan Glasser’s Ambitions for POLITICO Magazine

Just one year ago, Foreign Policy editor-in-chief Susan Glasser joined POLITICO to launch its magazine. Today, she was named editor of the Rosslyn-based news outlet.

Around the time of the magazine’s November debut, referring to its inaugural cover that portrayed a look into the Oval Office through a key hole, but more broadly in terms of POLITICO and the magazine, Glasser then said, “It’s to take readers as much as possible through the Washington key hole. To take you into the rooms you want to be in. Into the rooms where decisions are make. Into the rooms where there’s not always transparency and accountability.”

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Fortune Unveils its 50 Most Powerful Women in Business

mpwFortune today unveiled its list of the 50 Most Powerful Women in Business, spanning women leaders in media, technology, finance, and consumer products.

It includes Sheryl Sandberg, COO of Facebook at #10, Marissa Mayer, CEO and president of Yahoo at #16, YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki at #19, Bonnie Hammer, chairman of NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment Group at #41, and Gracia Martore, president and CEO of the McLean-based Gannett at #43.

Fortune‘s Jennifer Reingold writes of this year’s 17th annual list, that, “Today eight of our top 10 MPW lead large industrial, tech, and consumer products companies. It’s a long way from our original 1998 list, on which, we noted at the time, most members ‘came from industries with a premium on creativity,’ such as advertising, media, and publishing, with ‘no top women at blue-chip firms.’ Creativity is still a requirement for success, of course, but you no longer have to work in a ‘creative’ industry to advance as a woman.”

To confirm that you’re on the list, click here.

David Gregory Moderates Yesterday’s No Labels National Ideas Meeting

Former “Meet the Press” host David Gregory yesterday moderated a discussion at the No Labels National Ideas Meeting, with honorary co-chairs Gov. Jon Huntsman and Sen. Joe Manchin.

On the topic of media coverage in Washington, Gregory said, “Sometimes it is an over-simplification to talk about the speed of the news cycle — that is part of the problem. What it is is the attachment to narrative…In Washington political journalism the narrative gets set early and then its built on. Things that fight the narrative get harder to report out, often because of laziness in the media.”

WATCH remarks from Gov. Huntsman via No Labels:

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