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Morning Reading List 06.29.09

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NEWSPAPERS

From AdAge: Why the NYT Co. will be in business until at aleast 2012.

NYT sets a July 8th deadline for bids for the Boston Globe.

TV

In memoriam: TV infomercial star Billy Mays was found dead in his Tampa home this weekend.

The DailyBeast brings us the 7 best moments from Sunday talk. Sen. Mitch McConnell on Mark Sanford, Tony Blair on Iran, and of course, Dana Milbank vs. Nico Pitney.

Dr. Nancy Snyderman‘s hour medical show debuts today on MSNBC. WaPo‘s Howard Kurtz takes a look here.

Other changes at MSNBC to debut today: Dylan Ratigan‘s two-hour show, Contessa Brewer will anchor the 2pm hour with rotating co-anchors and Norah O’Donnell will fill in anchor and continue to do Today and Weekend Today. MSNBC also revealed new HD graphics this weekend.

Al Jazeera debuts in Washington July 1st- will Americans tune in?

Go inside the home of Fox’s Bret Baier in WaPo here.

ONLINE

NBC Nightly News‘ website reached an all-time record with more than 3.4 million video streams Thursday due to the death of Michael Jackson, according to WebNewser.

NYT asked the co-founder of Wikipedia for his help when David Rohde to keep the news off of the website.

MAGAZINES

Forbes profiles Philip Anschutz, the man who owns the Examiner and who just purchased The Weekly Standard. “Worth an estimated $5 billion, billionaire Philip Anschutz founded Qwest Communications and owns or controls stakes in some 100 businesses. He is now quietly building a small empire of social-networking sites, newspapers and a leading conservative weekly.” Read on here.

NEWS NOTES

NYT: “”Check the source” may be the first rule of journalism. But in the coverage of the protests in Iran this month, some news organizations have adopted a different stance: publish first, ask questions later. If you still don’t know the answer, ask your readers.”

AP also reports dozens of journalists are among those jailed in Iran.

Will Michael Jackson be the turning point for TMZ? LATimes takes a look here. And the AP on how his death was Twittered, texted and Facebooked.

WEST WING REPORTAGE

John Dickerson on Slate: How Obama is using the media to destroy and improve the traditional press conferece.

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Sunday Show Preview

  • Meet the Press: Democratic strategist Paul Begala and Republican strategist Mike Murphy, and a roundtable with NBC’s David Gregory, PBS’ Gwen Ifill, Wall Street Journal’s Peggy Noonan, NBC political director Chuck Todd and Des Moines Register’s David Yepsen.

  • Face The Nation: Gov. Jennifer Granholm (D-MI), Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), Rep. Roy Blunt (R-MO), Rep. Heather Wilson (R-NM) and The New York Times’ David Brooks.

  • This Week: Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell (D), Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty (R), Florida Senator Mel Martinez (R), and Ohio Senator Sherrod Brown (D) and a roundtable with Time Magazine’s Karen Tumulty, The Wall Street Journal’s Gerald Seib, The Nation’s Katrina vanden Heuvel, and ABC News’ George Will.

  • Fox News Sunday: Karl Rove, Sen. Joe Lieberman (I), Sen. Claire McCaskill (D), and a panel with Brit Hume, Fox News Washington Managing Editor, Mara Liasson, National Public Radio & Fox News, Bill Kristol, Weekly Standard & Fox News and Juan Williams, National Public Radio & Fox News. The Power Player of The Week is Brooks Jackson, Director, Factcheck.org

  • Late Edition: Rep. Rahm Emanuel (D-IL), Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN), McCain economic adviser Nancy Pfotenhauer, Republican strategist Alex Castellanos, Democratic strategist Hilary Rosen, Republican strategist Leslie Sanchez, Democratic strategist Donna Brazile and CNN’s Candy Crowley, Gloria Borger and Ed Henry.

  • The Post Politics Program with Ed O’Keefe and Emily Freifeld on POTUS ’08: Jennifer Agiesta, Libby Copeland, Perry Bacon, Gov. Martin O’Malley (D-Md.) and washingtonpost.com’s Food blogger Kim O’Donnel.

  • CN8′s Roll Call TV with Robert Traynham: McCain supporter and Congressional candidate Craig Williams, as well as Roll Call’s Emily Pierce, Steven T. Dennis and Emily Heil.

  • Bloomberg’s Political Capital with Al Hunt: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation chairman Sheila Bair.

  • Inside Washington: NPR’s Nina Totenberg, Newsweek’s Evan Thomas and syndicated columnists Charles Krauthammer and Mark Shields.

  • Chris Matthews Show: Time’s Richard Stengel, NPR’s Michele Norris, MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough and Washington Post Writers Group’s Kathleen Parker.

  • GPS: Bill Gates, former Singaporean Ambassador to the U.N. Kishore Mahbubani, Singapore Institute of International Affairs’ Simon Tay and foreign policy analyst Raja Mohan.

  • Reliable Sources: Washington Post’s Dana Milbank, political analyst Keli Goff, Townhall.com’s Amanda Carpenter, CBS’ Bob Schieffer, The Hill’s A.B. Stoddard, CNN’s Ed Henry and syndicated columnist Kathleen Parker.

  • Morning Reading List, 12.06.07

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    Good morning Washington. On this day in 1877, the Washington Post rolled out its first paper (via MicCheck). And it’s the birthday of The Hill’s Hugo Gurdon.

    But first, our occasional “Sentence Only The Style Section Could Write”: “How come snow never is what it is? It’s always something else: magic, hassle, politics.”

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  • When you are 50, you want to be anywhere but here.

    NEWSPAPERS

  • Tribune Takes FCC Waiver Decision to Court

  • L.A. Times To Partner With Mixx Of McLean

  • Wonkette reports, “Old man Politico sure is concerned about those Hill staffers not getting their holiday parties, what with damnable new ethics laws poisoning the egg nog. Le sigh. But hey, who are those sexy looking ‘staffers’ in the accompanying photo? Whaddayaknow, it’s Nick Lachey and Vanessa Minnillo at last year’s MTV New Years Party!”

  • The AP reports, “Shares of New York Times Co. rose Tuesday after an analyst said he expects management’s turnaround initiatives to start to bear fruit next year.”

  • The Guardian reports, “The Times board, which approves the appointment of a new editor, is set to meet next week – fuelling speculation that James Harding is about to replace Robert Thomson in the top editorial job at the paper.”

  • Today, Politico’s John Harris moderates an Early State Countdown Panel with Des Moines Register’s David Yepsen, New Hampshire Union Leader’s Andrew Cline, Las Vegas Sun’s J. Patrick Coolican, The (Columbia) State’s Lee Bandy, and Politico’s Roger Simon and Jeanne Cummings. For more info, click here.

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    TV

  • An NBC release announced, “According to Nielsen Media Research data, ‘NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams’ won the November 2007 sweep in total viewers and in the key demographic adults 25-54.” For the sweep, “Nightly News” averaged a 1% advantage over ABC’s “World News with Charles Gibson” and a tremendous 37% lead over CBS “Evening News with Katie Couric”. “NBC has now placed first for 32 of the last 35 sweep periods, and the last six consecutive November sweeps.”

  • A reader notes, “That kathleen matthews’ smiling face still graces the main entrance billboard to 1100 Wilson Blvd.
    I thought I read in fishbowl she was leaving!” Funny, we asked about this a year ago.

  • Tonight, CNN will air the first ever live award show broadcast, “CNN Heroes: An All-Star Tribute” at 9:00 p.m. Hosted by Anderson Cooper and Christiane Amanpour, the show will include performances from Mary J. Blige and Sheryl Crow and a duet by Grammy Award winner Norah Jones and acclaimed performer-producer Wyclef Jean.

  • Multichannel News reports, “The Discovery Channel is cable subscribers’ favorite channel, but the channel with the highest perceived value by consumers is ESPN2, according to a Beta Research study released Dec. 4.”

  • AJR reports, “Today’s network newscasts aren’t as retro as the conventional wisdom would suggest.”

  • The New York Observer reports, “When New York Times executive editor Bill Keller sent out a Nov. 28 memo announcing the layoffs of a dozen Times employees, one detail attracted little attention outside the newsroom: The paper would be eliminating a legendary Times institution, the Recording Room.”

  • The AP reports, “New York Times Co. said Wednesday it expects revenue in November to rise 1 percent to 2 percent.”

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    ONLINE MEDIA

  • The Washington Post reports, “Revolution Health Network has invested in two new Web sites, expanding its Internet audience to 12 million unique visitors a month as it seeks to challenge WebMD. Revolution said it acquired HealthTalk, a site devoted to patients with chronic conditions, and invested in SparkPeople, which offers diet ideas, exercise plans and advice. Financial terms were not disclosed.”

  • Wall Street Journal reports, “For years, media and technology companies have been ensnarled in a battle over the rights to video posted online. Now ratings giant Nielsen wants to be the policeman. Nielsen is rolling out a new service that aims to ensure that video is distributed and viewed on the Web only in ways sanctioned by its owners.”

  • Slate points out, “The sincerest form of flattery … From the WP on Nov. 29: ‘If an irony falls in the primary and there’s no late-night comic to tell a joke about it, did it really exist?’ From today’s NYT: ‘If Rudolph W. Giuliani’s campaign falls in a forest of bizarre mayoral accounting practices, but nobody hears about it on late-night television, does it make a sound bite?’”

  • Mark your calendars. The December Washington Blogger Meetup will be Wednesday, December 19 at 7:00PM at Regional Food and Drink.

  • A CQ release announced, “Eric Pfeiffer will write a regular blog for CQ Politics. He joins other heavy-hitting political bloggers and columnists, including David Corn, John Cranford, Craig Crawford, Jeff Stein and Richard Whalen. … Pfeiffer’s CQ Politics blog, called “Ground Game“, explores emerging stories and ideological debates taking place in the blogosphere and the larger world of online politics.”

  • Slate’s Jack Shafer calls Ben Wallace-Wells’ 15,000-word article in the new (Dec. 13) issue of Rolling Stone the “Smartest Drug Story of the Year”

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    MAGAZINES

  • TNR’s The Plank reports, “National Review Declares Love For War, Commas”

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    RADIO

  • Tune in Saturday to NPR’s On the Media. U.S. News’ Ken Walsh will be on air chatting it up with host Bob Garfield at 4 p.m., WAMU 88.5

  • MarketWatch reports, “Sirius Satellite Radio remains hopeful that it can close its acquisition of XM Satellite Radio by the end of the year, as the Department of Justice has ‘little left to do’ to complete its review of the proposed transaction, Sirius Chief Financial Officer David Frear told investors on Tuesday.”

    WEST WING REPORTAGE

  • The Pew Weekly News Index shows, “Even as the 2008 presidential campaign draws increasing news coverage, the public shows limited awareness of the personal backgrounds of some of the top GOP candidates.”

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    REVOLVING DOOR

  • A release announced, “Eagle Publishing, Inc., announced today that Ron T. Lippock has joined the company as Vice President and Group Publisher. Lippock is responsible for Eagle’s rapidly growing direct-to-consumer geopolitical publications and for the Conservative Book Club.”

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    JOBS

  • The Associated Press is looking for a Financial Impact Editor

  • MacNeil/Lehrer Productions is looking for a Communications Assistant.

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  • Morning Reading List, 08.16.07

    morningsun.gifGood morning Washington.

  • Most of you do use supplements regularly.

  • An ABC release announced, “‘This Week with George Stephanopoulos’ will produce the first Democratic presidential debate of the 2008 presidential election to be aired on broadcast television. The debate will be moderated by ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos with additional questioning from David Yepsen of The Des Moines Register and will be held at Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa on Sunday morning, August 19, 2007.”

  • Don’t forget that The Washington Blogger Meetup is today! You can see who’s coming and RSVP here.

  • TVNewser reports, “FNC’s SVP of programming, Bill Shine announced the network ‘will not continue the Half Hour News Hour beyond its current 15 episode run.’”

  • “Channel 9′s Tracey Neale, who is headed to Africa to pick up her kids. The WUSA anchor announced the news on Tuesday’s broadcast: ‘I’ll be adopting 1-year-old twins, so I’m going to have my hands full,’ she told viewers.”

  • Why is there a Black journalism organization?”

  • A tipster writes in, “Good for Plante for shouting an intelligent question–and a valid one, and an important one, and a relevant one. Good for Plante. He was doing his job. The question was a good one.”

  • From CJR: “The WSJ editorial page launches baseless attacks on its competitors’ motives—it will fit right in at News Corp.”

  • Slate’s Christopher Beam tells us, “How to mash together the ultimate search engine”

  • Julian Friedland writes in the Denver Post, “Last week, the New York Times reduced the width of its pages by an inch and a half — joining a trend that has reduced both the space devoted to news and commentary and the staff sizes of many daily newspapers throughout the country. And, recently, Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation won its fight to buy The Wall Street Journal.”

  • Denver Post reports, “At an Aspen forum, executives in media new and old say papers are staying relevant by changing their mind-set about delivery”

  • From The Hollywood Reporter: “Sirius Satellite Radio — more popular in automobiles than in living rooms — is making it easier to get Howard Stern, along with dozens of commercial-free channels, on home-based radios.”

  • Ad Week reports, “Since Facebook opened its site to developers in May, it has been flooded with mini-programs that let users throw virtual food at one another, post movie reviews and share YouTube videos. The influx of applications, now up to over 2,800, is leading to the creation of ad networks designed to let developers profit from their work and help advertisers reach Facebook’s growing user base.”

  • The New York Post reports, “The October issue of Condé Nast Portfolio is already closing and it looks like it will rack up a nice, healthy 121 ad pages for its third issue. That’s only one ad page down from the magazine’s September issue, which went on sale today with 122 ad pages – the third-best ad-page tally for a second issue in magazine publishing history, behind O, The Oprah Magazine and the late John F. Kennedy Jr.’s now-defunct George magazine, which racked up 125 ad pages in its second outing.”

  • CNN reports, “He’s a veteran statesman and hard-hitting chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee. But Sen. Patrick Leahy is set to leave the marble halls of Washington for the bright lights of Hollywood — at least briefly. Vermont’s senior senator has landed a speaking role in the newest Batman movie, CNN affiliate WPTZ reports and confirmed by Leahy’s office.”

  • Bloomberg reports, “Google Inc. and its YouTube video- sharing site staved off the threat of legal action from Belgium’s soccer association by offering a technology that will allow the group to monitor where its matches are broadcast.”

  • Variety reports, “Viacom has pledged $1 million in cash and more than $500,000 in media value to support the construction of a memorial to Martin Luther King Jr. on the National Mall in Washington, D.C.”

  • Fortune reports, “Readers of the The Sun, a British tabloid best known for its bare-breasted Page Three girls, opened their newspapers to see a young woman named Keeley Hazell wearing only green paint. Ms. Hazell is the face — well, not just the face — of the paper’s campaign against global warming.”

  • Bloomberg reports, “Yahoo! Inc., fighting Google Inc. for local advertisers, added more city-specific Web pages with information on movies, events and neighborhood restaurants.”

  • MediaLife reports, “Since April, more than 900 newsroom jobs have been cut in these days of declining circulation and shrinking ad revenues. Now the paper cuts are extending even to those who’ve made an effort to avoid them in the past.”

  • CNet News.com reports, “This summer has been an unusual hunting season for the start-up world, with nascent Internet companies firmly in the crosshairs of major media conglomerates.”

  • Poynter Online points us to this gem from ABCnews.com: “CIA recently updated its FOIA requests policy to allow bloggers to get special treatment once reserved for old-school reporters. Last August, the NSA issued a directive to report leaks of classified info to the media — ‘including blogs.’”

  • American University School of Communication professor Kathryn Montgomery has new book, Generation Digital: Politics, Commerce, and Childhood in the Age of the Internet. Check it out here.

  • Express reports, “Since 2003, many people have been confused about the restaurant at the corner of 21st and M streets NW. Is NBC News’ chief White House correspondent and sometime ‘Today’ show fill-in David Gregory, at right, also a restaurant owner? The answer has always been an emphatic no; after all, the restaurant’s name has one ‘g’ more than the journalist’s. And now, David Greggory — named after chefs and onetime business partners David Hagedorn and Greggory Hill — is no more.”

  • BtoB reports, “As it prepares to celebrate its 25th anniversary in September, Gannett Co.’s USA Today is bucking the downward trend in U.S. newspaper circulation and branching out online to offer the kind of user-generated content that has growing appeal for b-to-b marketers.”

  • Jon Friedman writes, “Gawker gets respectable — and remains humorous”

    Jobs

  • The Wall Street Journal is looking for a Advertising Sales Representative.

  • Vandenburgh Media is looking for an Advertising Database Manager.

  • AARP is looking for a Web Content Producer and an Online Copy Editor.

    Hat Tips: DCRTV, TVNewser, IWantMedia, Romenesko, MediaBistro, JournalismJobs, JournalismNext

  • Morning Reading List, 07.18.07

    morningsun.gifGood morning Washington.

  • Do tell! What are these mythical “other” beaches you are running off to?

  • An ABC release announced, “For the twelfth consecutive week, ABC’s ‘World News with Charles Gibson’ was the #1 evening newscast among Total Viewers, Households and Adults 25-54. Averaging 7.67 million Total Viewers and a 1.9/8 among Adults 25-54, ‘World News’ outperformed NBC by 330,000 Total Viewers and 90,000 key demo viewers. Week-to-week, ‘World News’ grew its Total Viewing audience 3% and its demo audience 4%.”

  • Another ABC release announced, “ABC News has received 15 News Emmy nominations from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, it was announced today by the Academy. The Awards will be presented on Monday, September 24, 2007 in New York City.”

  • An NBC release announced, “NBC News has received a total of 15 News and Documentary Emmy Award nominations, the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announced today.”

  • 2 Weeks: MSNBC Tops CNN In Sales Prime

  • Cousin TVNewser reports, “PBS Leads The Way with 22 Emmy Noms”

  • “11 of CBS’s 19 News & Documentary Emmy Award nominations are for one program: the venerable 60 Minutes.”

  • LNS v. City Paper: The Fallout.

  • Dow Jones Board Approves Sale

  • Bloomberg reports, “Google Inc., owner of the world’s most popular search engine, said it will address privacy concerns by reducing the lifetime of ‘cookies’ installed on the computers of people who visit its Web site.”

  • The Weekly Pew News Index for July 8-13 shows, “The Iraq policy debate was easily the biggest story of the week, filling 20% of the newshole, according to PEJ’s News Coverage Index from July 8-13. It was also the top story in every media sector: newspapers 15%; online 17%; network 29%; cable 22%; and radio 20%.”

  • Bob Meyers, President of the National Press Foundation, sent a letter of thanks to supporters, stating, “As you may know, with your support we have met and exceeded our $25,000 Challenge Grant from the Knight, Ford, and Ethics and Excellence in Journalism Foundations. We raised more than $34,000 from individual donors, of which $28,000 qualified for our match.”

  • The London Times reports, “Facebook, the fast-growing social networking site, is facing a potentially embarrassing lawsuit after a rival site claimed that the founder, Mark Zuckerberg, stole the idea for the network.”

  • Olbermann To Moderate Dem Forum Aug. 7

  • The Los Angeles Times reports, “The songs remained the same on Internet radio Monday, as most stations continued to stream music while their representatives negotiated to lower a controversial royalty hike that took effect over the weekend.”

  • TVNewser reports, “The latest name to surface in the ongoing Katie Couric saga at CBS News is that of Scott Pelley, a Washington-based 60 Minutes correspondent since 2004.”

  • New York Times reports, “Business 2.0 magazine, a seven-year-old Time Inc. publication that covers start-ups, technology trends and changes in the new economy, might publish its final issue in September, according to people briefed on discussions about the fate of the magazine.”

  • The Independent features an interview with Tina Brown.

  • ABC announced that Charles Gibson will anchor a special edition of “20/20,” exploring “the untold story of Billy Graham’s ties to eleven U.S. administrations — from Harry Truman to George W. Bush . ‘Pastor to Power: Billy Graham and the Presidents’ will air on Friday, August 10 at 10 p.m., ET, in conjunction with the publication of ‘The Preacher and the Presidents’ by Nancy Gibbs and Michael Duffy of Time Magazine.”

  • The Chicago Tribune reports, “Faced with a steady decline in revenue and cash flow, Tribune Co. plans to run advertisements on the front pages of most of its daily newspapers”

  • From a reader calls our attention to this — “USA Today has a cow over voting numbers”

  • The Society of Professional Journalists announced upcoming journalism trainings in Washington, D.C.. Check it out here.

  • TVNewser reports, “In the week ending July 13, NBC slipped into a television year-to-date tie with World News in viewers.”

  • Who knew the Washington Post Business Section was funny? His Extreme-ness did.

  • From ABC: “ABC News and ABC5 News today released credentialing information for the Republican ‘This Week’ Iowa Forum on August 5th. The Forum moderated by ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos with additional questioning from David Yepsen of The Des Moines Register, will be held at Drake University. All Republican presidential candidates have confirmed their attendance. The Democratic Forum co-hosted by the Iowa Democratic Party will be held on Sunday August 19th from 8:00-9:30 AM Central Time credentialing details will be provided in the coming weeks.”

  • “You’re invited to the sixth annual Breakfast of Editing Champions at the AEJMC convention Friday, Aug. 10. The breakfast is open to anyone who teaches editing or likes to hang around editing professors ­ and who doesn’t?” All you need to do is e-mail an RSVP to at dgump@concernedjournalists.org this week.

  • Air America has launched a new blog called Spark, written and edited by Nancy Scola.

  • MediaBiz reports, “A panel of online media experts debated the future of the industry at Fortune’s iMeme conference in San Francisco on Friday. It probably shouldn’t come as a huge shock that these Web executives predicted more doom and gloom for so-called ‘old media’ and good times ahead for the Internet companies.”

  • Bloomberg reports, “Tribune Co. shares fell as much as 2.1 percent after Los Angeles Times publisher David Hiller said the newspaper had ‘one of the worst quarters we have ever experienced’ in the three months through June.”

  • The IHT reports, “The International Herald Tribune will next Tuesday unveil a redesign of its web site featuring a new set of home page templates and greater emphasis on interactivity.”

  • New York Times reports, “With the United States military fighting a protracted war in Iraq and a wide-open presidential campaign already making headlines daily, Americans of all ages are interested in current affairs and are consuming news like never before, right? Not so, especially not teenagers and young adults, according to a report released last week by the Joan Shorenstein Center on the Press, Politics and Public Policy at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard.”

  • “NBC Universal is commiting to a ‘unprecedented, companywide weeklong programming effort’ to educate consumers about ‘ecological issues and our impact on the environment.’ It’s scheduled for Nov. 4 through 10.”

  • Blogs turn 10 years old (awwww).

  • In case you missed it, Chris Matthews announced a new contest on Monday night — the Hardball Campaign Ad Challenge — where you can submit your own homemade campaign ad.

  • Check out News Groper. It features “blogs, editorials and news analysis written by the most sought after politicians, celebrities, business leaders and dictators. News Groper’s proprietary technology ensures that its editorial content remains open and honest by having highly trained satirists ghostwrite on behalf of named authors — without the celebrities’ knowledge or consent.”

  • On Thursday night, don’t forget to check out Cigars and Martinis Night at Ozio, sponsored by Two Mundos Magazine & Laico DC Productions.

  • Dwight Garner writes, “Both Newsweek and Time magazine have newish editors (Jon Meacham, Richard Stengel) and, basically, it’s war: they’re slugging it out for eyeballs in a way they haven’t for a while.”

  • Check out Wonkette’s thoughts on the Post’s feature, “How to lose a war”

  • The Institute of Politics announced its Fall 2007 Resident Fellows, including the Washington Post’s own deputy business editor Maralee Schwartz.

  • From Radar: “This week’s New Yorker profile of Mort Zuckerman tells of how the New York Daily News owner, preparing to guest-host The Charlie Rose Show, asked to interview John McEnroe, who, still angry about a News gossip item, rebuffed him.”

  • Former National Journal-er Troy Schneider tells us, “Why the Deck is Stacked Against Political Startups.”

  • Politico’s Jonathan Martin gives some blog space to ESPN’s Karl Ravech.

  • Congrats to Josh Rushing for being on the Daily Show Monday night.

  • FishbowlDC public service announcement of the day: Find Paris Hilton a good home.

  • TVNewser reports, “CNN may be replacing Paula Zahn because of poor ratings, but the time slot isn’t proving easy for anybody.”

    Jobs

  • National Geographic Society is looking for a Senior Administrative Assistant.

  • The Community Associations Institute is looking for an Editor.

  • His Extremeness’ favorite network is hiring. Apply here.

  • Voice of America is looking for a News Division/writer.

  • BNA is looking for a Reporter for Pensions and Benefits and a Reporter for Environmental News.

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  • Sunday Show Preview

  • CBS’ “Face the Nation”: Senator Charles Schumer, D-New York, Judiciary Committee; Senator Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, Judiciary Committee; David Yepsen, The Des Moines Register; Vaughn Ververs, Senior Political Editor, CBSNews.com; Jeanne Cummings, Politico.com

  • CNN’s “Late Edition with Wolf Blitzer”: Mowaffak al-Rubaie, Iraqi national security adviser; Sen. Arlen Specter (R-PA), Senate Judiciary Committee; Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-VT), chairman, Senate Judiciary Committee; Sen. Richard Lugar (R-IN), Foreign Relations Committee; Ed Henry, CNN White House correspondent; Suzanne Malveaux; Joe Johns, CNN correspondent; Maj. Gen. Rick Lynch, U.S Army Commander, Multi-National Division Center

  • This Week: Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee John Conyers, Jr., Rep. Ron Paul and former Sen. Mike Gravel. The roundtable includes Newsweek’s Fareed Zakaria, The Nation’s Katrina vanden Heuvel, and National Review’s Rich Lowry. Plus, New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof.

  • C-SPAN’s Newsmakers: Rep. John Dingell, Energy & Commerce Committee Chairman.

  • Meet The Press: Sen. Chuck Hagel, New York Time’s David Brooks, Washington Post’s Anne Kornblut, Vanity Fair National Editor Todd Purdum and Washington Post columnist Eugene Robinson. (Due to Wimbledon, “Meet” will air at 8:00 a.m. on Sunday.)

  • NBC’s “The Chris Matthews Show”: David Ignatius, Washington Post; Richard Stengel, TIME; Elisabeth Bumiller, New York Times; Kathleen Parker, Washington Post Writers Group. (Due to NBC’s coverage of the Wimbledon finals on Sunday morning, “The Chris Matthews Show” may be seen at an alternate time in your area.)

  • FOX News Sunday: Rep. Chris Van Hollen; Rep. Chris Cannon; Rep. Pete Hoekstra

  • Bloomberg Television’s “Political Capital with Al Hunt,” has Sen. John Edwards as its lead guest this weekend. Al discusses the President’s commutation of Lewis “Scooter” Libby’s sentence
    with Robert Novak and The New Republic’s Michelle Cottle. In addition to Edwards, Al discusses campaign fundraising with Bloomberg’s
    Lindsey Arent and Julianna Goldman. He discusses the Bush-Putin meeting with Ellen Pinchuk in Bloomberg’s Moscow.

  • Campaigns & Elections magazine Names Editorial Advisory Board

    From the release:

      Campaigns & Elections magazine today announced the launch of its Editorial Advisory Board, which includes leading authorities from across the political and public affairs spectrum. Board members will help ensure Campaigns & Elections magazine remains true to its mission of educating, informing, entertaining and connecting all those who touch politics. We are proud to announce the Editorial Advisory Board, the newest members of the C&E team:

    Click below…

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    C-SPAN’s 2008 Bus…Unveiled!

    C-SPAN’s ready to pimp your ’08 ride.

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    C-SPAN launches the new Campaign 2008 Bus “Road to the White House” tour from Des Moines this weekend with a live “Road” show, from the bus and on the steps of the statehouse Sunday night, with guests that includes the Des Moines Register’s David Yepsen. The program is two year’s to the day from the next presidential inauguration and less than a year from the Iowa Caucuses The “Road” tour–named after C-SPAN’s signature political show–marks 20 years on the air in ’08. The revamped bus rolled out of the garage in Ohio this week before hitting the road for Iowa.

    More info here.