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Morning Reading List, 02.29.08

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  • You think Brit Hume and Major Garrett are hotter than Carl Cameron and Chris Wallace.

    REVOLVING DOOR

  • The New York Post reports, “Nielsen Business Media has shaken up the ranks at some of its prized trade magazines, naming former Variety group publisher Gerry Byrne as head of the company’s new entertainment group, which includes The Hollywood Reporter and Billboard.”

  • Bloomberg reports, “annett Co., the owner of USA Today, named Robert J. Dickey president of its newspaper division, succeeding Sue Clark-Johnson, who is retiring.”

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    NEWSPAPERS

  • The Institute on Political Journalism is hosting a happy hour for journalists at the Science Club on Thursday, March 6 from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm. RSVP by Tuesday, March 4 to Joe Starrs at 202.986.0384 or jstarrs@tfas.org, or to Katherine Connell at program_intern@tfas.org.

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    TV

  • The Austin Statesman TV writer Diane Holloway writes, “Somebody needs to tell Tim Russert that it’s not all about him. Oh, OK. Let me be the one … During last night’s Democratic debate on MSNBC, Russert was beyond obnoxious. I know he thinks he’s just being a tough journalist, boring into the candidates with long-winded questions and barking, bug-eyed follow-ups. But really, he’s just being rude.”

  • Mark Dawidziak, The Plain Dealer’s Television Critic, writes, “It turned into a good political scrap, thanks to the crisp campaign jabs scored in the second half by Democratic opponents Hillary Rodham Clinton and Barack Obama. But it started out as lousy television, thanks to stumbling in the first half by moderators Tim Russert and Brian Williams. … What happened Tuesday night at Cleveland State University’s Wolstein Center? From the opening bell, NBC’s Russert and Williams let the combatants set the rules. In the parlance of the boxing ring, they allowed Clinton and Obama to dance for 16 minutes, tediously dwelling on differences in their health plans.”

  • phillyBurbs.com wrote, “The hype all day long throughout the media was that there would be fireworks at the MSNBC Democratic debate last night. Who would attack first? Who would lose their cool? Some people predicted Obama, most predicted Clinton, but who would have guessed that Tim Russert would be the lunatic of the evening.”

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    ONLINE MEDIA

  • Jack Myers.com reports, “This morning, National Geographic will announce a digital initiative they hope will push their Web traffic to new heights. It’s part of a revamp the venerated brand has been undergoing since last Fall with reorganizations, repositioning, management changes and new sales programs. Many of the new initiatives are on its Web sites, which have seen traffic soar since early last year. A significant part of the growth has been from user generated content, especially the ‘Your Shot’ area on the National Geographic Magazine Web site, where people submit photos that are sifted by editors and voted on by users. A select few get published in the magazine.”

  • Wall Street Journal’s Lee Gomes writes, “In New-Media World, Everyone Is Sounding Like a Beltway Insider”

  • Huffington Post’s Rachel Sklar reports, “McCain’s Iraq Barack Attack Shows A Crack”

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    MAGAZINES

  • Folio reports, “While dozens of magazines have partnered with YouTube in recent months to create brand channels, the $1.6 billion video-sharing site wants more.”

  • The Press Gazette reports, “Bidding for Reed Elsevier’s US magazines — which are currently on the market — is understood to be slow. Titles on the auction block include Variety, the American show biz daily and Publishers’ Weekly. At least one major American company Conde Nast, which everyone thought might be interested, has said it does not even plan to bid.”

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    Morning Reading List, 03.29.07

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  • Borat is the bigger, better WHCD dinner guest. Sorry Clooney.

  • The Village Voice calls the “optimistically titled” “How Newspapers Can Survive (and Thrive) in the 21st Century,” CJR event “a rather excruciating examination of why most of them probably won’t.”

  • CJR reports, “The coverage of the Midwest is becoming even thinner than in the past because of all the crippling cutbacks in the news business.”

  • E&P reports that Outgoing ASNE President Dave Zeeck “has one word for those who claim newspapers are biased, lazy and out to bring down the country: Bullshit!”

  • Complete with a Washington, D.C. dateline, The Onion reports, “Heroic Secret Service Agent Takes Question Intended For Bush.”

  • John Dickerson shares, “How I wrote a memoir about the mother I once hated.”

  • Harry Jaffe looks at how Sally Quinn, an atheist, “found religion and resurrected her career with On Faith, her online collaboration with Newsweek editor Jon Meacham.”

  • Politico has a new reporter among its ranks. Chris Frates joins the team from the Denver Post.

  • Eric Boehlert says, “The Politico shouldn’t stop apologizing yet.”

  • Business Financial Publishing is seeking a Director of Operations.

  • Governing is looking for a Advertising Sales Executive.

  • Wall Street Journal’s Lee Gomes asks, “How would consumers fare in the event of a Sirius-XM merger? … If the complaints of terrestrial broadcasters are any measure, perhaps better than it first appears.”

  • AARP is hiring a Design Director.

  • Safety Net Hospitals for Pharmaceutical Access is hiring a Staff Writer for the Association and Managing Editor of our national publication. The candidate will handle all editorial, production, and business responsibilities related to the Federal Drug Discount and Compliance Monitor.

  • The Mainichi Shimbun is looking for a Staff Researcher for Washington Bureau.

  • The Benefits Group of SourceMedia is seeking an associate/web editor on the ground floor of its newly redesigned Web site, Benefitnews.com.

  • Congressional Quarterly is hiring a Graphic Designer.

  • The News and Advance in Lynchburg, Va., is hiring a sports designer/copy editor.

  • PBS Newshour is hiring a NewsHour Assignment Editor.

  • FierceMarkets, Inc. is seeking an Experienced Biotech Editor.