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What We Almost Missed This Week

Congrats to AP’s Robert Furlow: a beloved editor in AP’s Washington bureau, Bob was among those staffers who received annual employee recognition honors at AP’s NYC headquarters on Wednesday evening. Furlow was awarded a $3,000 Oliver S. Gramling Spirit Award. See the release here.

Feelin’ Tapper’s Love: Jake Tapper, WH correspondent and interim host for ABC’s “This Week” had nothing but love and praise for Gregory, Schieffer and Wallace during a recent interview with Imus.

Katie Couric Steals Erica America: Washington blogger Erica Anderson aka “Erica America” said goodbye to Washington for a job with CBS and Katie Couric in the Big Apple.

Bristol and Levi Pimp their Engagement: Reliable Source questions whether Us Weekly $$$$ the nation’s third most annoying couple (behind the Salahis and Speidi).

And what better way to end…or start your week than with MSNBC’s Domenico Montanaro, Andy Gross and “The Week Ahead.”

Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy

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WL Names NextGen Media to Know

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Washington Life’s annual “Power List” issue is on newsstands now. And though the mag’s list of Washington power players contains many of the usual suspects, FishbowlDC paid special attention to the NextGen media category. This year’s list includes “cutting edge personalities who are transforming the news business” such as Erica America blogger Erica Anderson, HuffPo’s Dan Froomkin, Facebook’s Tim Sparapani and TBD’s Erik Wemple.

Check out WL’s picks for NextGen Media personalities you should know here.