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Politica! Politics Magazine En Espanol

Politics magazine announced today that it will broaden its reach to all Latin America with a Spanish-language edition of the publication. The Espanol edition will borrow from the US version but also tap unique content written by Latin American experts. The new edition will increase the mag’s circulation by 25,000, according to the magazine.

“Politics is read in nearly forty countries. We are pleased to have developed a new editorial product that adapts to the conditions on the ground, while maintaining the high standard set by thirty years of publishing, said Publisher Jordan Lieberman.

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Morning(ish) Reading Roundup 12.01.09

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Michaele Salahi and Ann Coulter

Good morningish FishbowlDC! A Fishbowl reader sent us the above “separated at birth” combo…we must say, there is a strong resemblance. h/t Nick T.

Happy birthday to Barbara Martin and Jordan Lieberman. What we know and what we’re reading this Tuesday, the 1st day of December…

TV | MAGAZINES| ONLINE | EVENTS

TV

Amy Argetsinger
takes us on a fame-seeking voyage that only a real housewife could enjoy.

NBC Universal is a giant leap closer to being sold to the nation’s largest cable company in a proposed $29-billion deal that could reshape the entertainment industry.

NEWSPAPERS

Fate of the The Washington Times seems uncertain after executive firings and resignation of John Solomon.

Jack Farrell
: The Curious Case of the Greatest Newspaper Lead Never Written

MAGAZINES

Tomorrow, Bloomberg officially takes over BusinessWeek but today, BusinessWeek announced its newest columnist: Charlie Rose.

The latest issue of DC magazine is now available online. Check it out here.

EVENTS

On Thursday, December 3, National Journal Group will host a Power Breakfast on financial regulation featuring insightful commentary from two lawmakers at the center of efforts in Congress aimed at reforming the financial system and preventing a repeat of 2008′s global fiscal crisis. The event will be held at The Liaison Capitol Hill at 8.30 am. To RSVP, click here.

Politics Mag Lands Huckabee and Rendell as Guest Editors

FishbowlDC obtained an internal memo from Politics Publisher Jordan Lieberman, announcing the debut of Mike Huckabee and Edward Rendell as guest editors for the mag. Lieberman’s memo below:

Team,

Exciting news… Campaigns & Elections’ Politics magazine will soon host Governors Huckabee and Rendell as guest editors of two upcoming issues.

As you know, both Governor Huckabee and Rendell are two giants in their respective parties and are known inside our community as outstanding political tacticians who are widely respected across the political spectrum.

This will be the first time we’ve had a guest editor. Governor Huckabee will go first, in October. Governor Rendell will follow shortly thereafter.

Best,
Jordan Lieberman
Publisher
Campaigns & Elections’ Politics magazine

Morning Reading List, 01.26.09

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Good morning Washington.

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We’ve got your morning mix of media Muesli after the jump…

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Changes at Politics Magazine

An internal staff memo from Campaigns & Elections’ Jordan Lieberman, obtained by FishbowlDC:

    We have some exciting changes here and I want to bring you up to speed. Christie Findlay, our exceptionally creative and capable Managing Editor, has been promoted to Editor-in-Chief. She helped lead our redesign this year and has written some of our best work in recent memory. Christie replaces Bill Beaman, who was just named a principal at Washington Media Group, a crisis and strategic communications firm.

    Shane D’Aprile, formerly our Web Editor, has been promoted to Senior Editor. Shane is responsible for the dramatic redesign of our PoliticsMagazine.com website and has taken a major role in the improvement of our print publication.

    Additionally, pollster Mark J. Penn has agreed to join our Editorial Advisory Board. Penn joins Donald Green, Wayne Johnson, Kenneth Khachigian, Mary Matalin, Dick Morris, Jeanne Shaheen, Joe Trippi, James Thurber, David Yepsen, John Zogby, Tony Fazio, Benjamin Ginsberg, Terry McAuliffe, and Ed Gillespie.

Morning Reading List, 12.01.08

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Good morning Washington.

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We’ve got your morning mix of media Muesli after the jump…

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Changes at C&E?

We received this tip yesterday…

    I’m hearing that Campaigns and Elections magazine is undergoing a massive overhaul that includes a larger size and possibly a name change?

A C&E insider tells FishbowlDC…

    I can confirm there are major changes in the works and that January will be an exciting month for us.

More to come…