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Quotes of the Day

All in a day’s work

“Haven’t gotten out of my bathrobe, but working the phones, talking to sources, making shit happen.” — Labor journo Mike Elk.

Editor falls prey to office treats

“One of the designers has brought in a pan of chocolate rice krispy treats that’s my Kryptonite.” — WaPo Book World Editor Ron Charles.

Spotted: WaPo‘s “The Fix” reporter Aaron Blake outside the Grand Hyatt Tuesday morning, where he had attended NJ‘s year-out political event. He slipped into a taxi and promptly put on his seat belt.

Herman Cain: Lover of short women?

“Going on MSNBC around 2:10 to talk about Herman Cain, who apparently has a thing for short women. His wife, I mean.” — Senior Strategist with New Media Strategies and American Spectator Blogger JP Freire.

Say it isn’t so

“Did Twitter actually go down for a few minutes? My life flashed before my eyes.” — Politico‘s Roger Simon.

The Media Critic

“I’m so glad MSNBC has this “political strategist” I’ve never heard of on to tell us that all of the GOP candidates stink.” — National Review Online‘s Jim Geraghty.

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Morning Reading List 07.21.09

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Happy Birthday to CNN’s Mark Preston. What we know and what we’re reading this Tuesday morning…

NEWSPAPERS | TV | MAGAZINES | NEWS NOTES | JOBS

NEWSPAPERS

Boston Globe: The Boston Globe‘s largest union, which represents nearly 700 editorial, advertising and business office workers, overwhelmingly approved a package of $10 million in wage and benefit cuts last night, ending more than three months of tense bargaining and brinksmanship.

From WaPo managing editors Liz Spayd and Raju Narisetti‘s online chat yesterday (h/t Poynter). “Paid wall for the Web site?: There’s a lot of chatter on the Web about moving newspaper’s Web content behind a paid wall. Any chance of that happening at WaPo? Spayd and Narisetti: Nothing imminent though we are constantly evaluating ways to get paid for our content.”

TV

Walter Cronkite‘s voice will stay as the intro to the CBS Evening News with Katie Couric.

Because of Pres. Obama’s news conference Wednesday night, CNN is shifting the schedule for the first night of “Black in America 2.” On Wednesday, it will air at 9pmET, but will be back on at 8pmET on Thursday.

Black Retort critiques CNN’s “Black in America” here.

CNN’s Campbell Brown spoke about the state of journalism in a recent interview, saying her network is the only one on cable “doing journalism.” Check out the clip on HuffPost.

CNBC’s Trish Regan announced on the air yesterday that she is expecting twins.

MAGAZINES

Newsweek has yet to see a bump from the redesigned mag.

NEWS NOTES

The Examiner‘s JP Freire‘s take on NJ‘s newly launched 3121, an online networking tool designed exclusively for all congressional members and staff.

Politico on Mary Matalin‘s lesser known role in DC… editor-in-chief at Threshold Editions.

Eight questions from the Economist for Slate’s Jacob Weisberg, including: “In the great shake-up that is now occurring in the media do you think anything of value will be lost?” His answer: “There’s a great deal at risk. The financial basis of the leading organisations that perform large-scale systemic news reporting has collapsed, and it’s not clear what, if anything, will replace it. Certain categories of coverage—foreign, local, investigative—don’t look economically viable on a for-profit basis at the moment. This is a political and societal problem as well as a business one because of the vital role that the kind of journalism traditionally performed by newspapers plays in democracy. We need to find new hybrid models to support it.”

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JOBS after the jump…

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