CBS’ Mark Knoller tweets this pic this morning: “Trick or Treat. Gremlins, goblins and Knoller. (Mark o’ Lantern by Fernando Suarez, CBS News).”
Some more Washingtonian’s Halloween costumes, including Fox’s Greta van Susteren: “I had planned on going as either Anderson Cooper or Glenn Beck. As for my husband, John? He was planning on going as Sally Quinn.” We’d like to see that!
Good morning FishbowlDC! What we know and what we’re reading this Friday morning before Halloween…
NEWSPAPERS | TV | ONLINE | MAGAZINES | NEWS NOTES | WEST WING REPORTAGE
WSJ is closing its Boston office.
Boston Globe publisher P. Steven Ainsley is retiring.
A Pew Research study find that “Fox News Channel is viewed by Americans in more ideological terms than other television news networks” (mostly conservative). CNN, MSNBC and NBC were found to be perceived as “mostly liberal.” Numbers here.
TVNewser takes a look at cable ratings post-election: Neither HLN nor Fox News has seen near the drop-off year-to-year that the other two networks have. CNBC has also seen audiences shrink compared to last October, when so much public attention was placed on the financial crisis.
Bloomberg TV debuts the new series “Innovators” tomorrow night at 9pmET and 11pmET.
BBC is cutting jobs.
Vote for HuffPost Game Changers… Katie Couric? Henry Louis Gates, Jr.? Tina Brown?
Actor Woody Harrelson is in town- check him out today on CBS’ daily webcast “Washington Unplugged” at 12:30pm.
Time mag is expected to eliminate more jobs.
WaPo: Yes, journalists deserve subsidies too.
More DC lists, more media on DC lists.
WEST WING REPORTAGE
Daily Finance: Fox News ‘truce’ with White House is no victory for Obama.
A reporter asked White House press secretary Robert Gibbs in yesterday’s gaggle: “Is there a ceasefire in the war with Fox?” Gibbs replied simply: “I have nothing to add to that.” (h/t Politico 44)
USA Today: Steven Waldman, founder, editor and leading political blogger of Beliefnet.com, the nation’s top Internet spirituality site, is leaving for a post in the Obama administration.
HAT TIPS: mediabistro, TVNewser, Politico