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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.

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Sen. Bernie Sanders at CNN & NJ’s Politics on Tap: ‘If I run, I will run to win’

20140916_190340-2Tuesday night at Sixth Engine, CNN and National Journal reconvened for its second installment of “Politics on Tap.”

Headlining the evening was Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), who sat down with CNN’s “The Lead” host Jake Tapper and National Journal editorial director Ron Fournier to discuss a possible 2016 run for president.

“If I run, I will run to win,” declared Sanders. Read more

National Journal’s Marin Cogan Named Contributing Editor of New York Magazine

National Journal writer-at-large Marin Cogan is headed to New York magazine as a contributing editor, as first reported by POLITICO’s Hadas Gold. There she’ll report on politics, policy, and political culture, both in print and online.

Prior to NJ, Cogan wrote for GQ and POLITICO. She starts October 6.

She hilariously tweeted thanks after POLITICO reported her move.

 

POLITICO’s Hadas Gold, Edward-Isaac Dovere Talk ‘Meet the Press’

Continuing on the beat of ‘Chuck Todd‘s debut as moderator of NBC’s “Meet the Press”,’ we give you POLITICO’s media reporter Hadas Gold and senior White House reporter Edward-Isaac Dovere in conversation on Todd’s exclusive with President Barack Obama and changes to the longest running television program.

“It’s a different show than it was,” said Dovere. “Look, I don’t think it’s news to anybody that “Meet the Press” has not been must see TV. I think the real question is bigger than that. What do the Sunday shows do beyond being sort of moderated press conferences?”

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HuffPost’s Jon Ward Set to Join Yahoo News

Jon-Ward-pictureAfter 3.5 years with The Huffington Post, Jon Ward is headed to Yahoo News as a senior political correspondent, POLITICO’s Hadas Gold reported Monday.

Yahoo News’ editor-in-chief Megan Liberman told POLITICO, ”Jon has it all — great reporting and storytelling instincts, deep sources, a talent for writing distinctive, news-making stories, the respect and admiration of his peers. We are thrilled to have him join Yahoo’s growing news and politics team.”

Ward shared with Fishbowl via email, “Every time I talked with someone from Yahoo, from Megan to Danny to Garance to Matt and on, I was struck by much of a common mission we have, to try to craft stories that are interesting, different (yet on or connected to the news) and well told. They’ve got quality journalists like Olivier and Chris and Meredith who I know and have worked with in the past, and big names like Katie Couric and Mike Isikoff who are doing high impact stories on a national and international scale. I feel like they’re in a unique position and trying to build something really unique, with a CEO who is being really aggressive in trying to position the company for growth and success. I’m just excited to be part of it.”

ICYMI – ‘Presidency and the Press,’ Megyn Kelly Success, Death of Ed Joyce

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Lots of good reads in the past 24. Worth a look if you haven’t yet.

Rolling Stone: “No, Barack Obama never had reporters eating out of his hand the way that right-wingers love to allege – even though Obama’s intellectual approach made him seem like someone who could just as easily have been a columnist as a candidate,” writes former White House spokesman Reid Cherlin in “The Presidency and the Press.”

POLITICO: “Kelly’s career is red hot right now and she’s achieved an unusual status for a host in the middle of the often-ideological cable new wars: Kelly’s earning respect across the political divide,” writes Hadas Gold in “Megyn Kelly: Secret of her Success.”

TVNewser: Ed Joyce, Former CBS News Pres., Has Died

Mediaite: Meghan McCain Invites Glenn Beck on Her Show to Apologize for ‘F*cked’ Up Comments

ICYMI: WaPo HQ on the Move, Plus Other Stories of Interest…

In Case You Missed It: Steve Friess & Healthcare.gov, Howard Kurtz & the ‘Daily Download,’ Media Swag on eBay

In Case You Missed It: #WMRaccepts #MHPapology

In Case You Missed It: Global Reporters Unite!

In Case You Missed It HeaderGood reads from across the web that you might have missed:

The Rise of the Global Correspondents: Katie Couric is given the Global Beat at Yahoo. Bill Neely has the whole world in his hands at NBC. by Jordan Chariton and Chris Ariens at TVNewser.

Bosses use social media to weed out Muslims from pools of job applicants. There’s no joke there. It’s just terrible. by Jennifer Valentino-Devries at WSJ.

Interns? My good fellow, no! We pay our students here at Atlantic Media. by David Carr at NYT.

Stars and Stripes forever? Not so fast. by Hadas Gold at Politico.

So you wanna capitalize politically on the Obamacare disaster, do ya? Some things to think about. by Matt K. Lewis at the Daily Caller.

The Tea Party: All of this has happened before, and it will all happen again. by Bill Minutaglio at WaPo.

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