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Sunday Show Notes: Obama and Fox

As we’re sure you’ve already heard, President Obama will make an unprecedented five Sunday show appearances this week- ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN and Univision. Noticeably missing is “Fox News Sunday.”

Time‘s TV critic James Poniewozik blogs:

You may have noticed, by the way, the one notable omission from his schedule: Fox News. I think this is a mistake. The perception may be that Fox is a nest of Obama-haters whose audience is monolithically opposed to him, but I think he would only benefit from being perceived to have the stones to do Fox and do it regularly. His campaign interview with Bill O’Reilly was tough-and it was the best interview he gave in the whole campaign cycle.

As I said then, “The fact remains that – according to Pew Research – over half of Fox News’ audience members are Democrats or Independents. Their votes are legitimate, whether Fox News is or not. And to continue to freeze out Fox would go against one of Obama’s most consistent messages: that people are sick of red-vs.-blue America divisions and that we should be able to talk with people who disagree with us.” I’m sticking by that.

We’ll open it to a vote…

Skipping “Fox News Sunday”(opinion)

On a related note… Fox News’ Neil Cavuto on cable yesterday (via TVNewser): “I’m here to tell you, Mr. President, it’s ok. I’m ok. But this ain’t sitting well with other broadcasters you are leaving out. You didn’t hear it from me, Mr. President, but I’m told the folks at ESPN are furious. ESPN-2, too, and the the Speed Channel…”

Cavuto used a clip from the children’s channel Sprout, saying, “they’ve reduced themselves to begging.” “Not here, Mr. President, we’re too classy for that sort of thing. We don’t beg,” said Cavuto.

Tonight’s Presidential Presser: How Cable’s Covering It

FNC: Bret Baier will host FNC’s live coverage of the President’s 8pmET press conference this evening. Baier will be joined by Fox News contributors columnist Charles Krauthammer, Weekly Standard‘s Steve Hayes and NPR’s Juan Williams. The O’Reilly Factor will go on at 9pmET and Hannity at 10pmET.

FBN: Neil Cavuto will anchor FBN’s live coverage from 8-9pmET. His guests will include Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez (D-CA) and President Obama’s former doctor David Scheiner.

MSNBC: There are some schedule changes at MS for the President’s news conference. MSNBC will carry it live at 8pmET, the Rachel Maddow Show will air at 9pmET, Hardball live at 10pmET and the Ed Show will go live at 11pmET.

CNN: Wolf Blitzer will anchor CNN’s presser coverage, joined by the “best political team on television.” “Black in America 2: Tomorrow’s Leaders” will debut at 9pmET and a special editon of Anderson Cooper‘s 360 will be on at 11pmET.

C-SPAN: Will also cover live beginning at 8pmET, with viewer reaction after.

>>RELATED: Who asks better questions at presidential press conferences- bloggers or the traditional White House press corps?

AND MORE: Howard Kurtz‘s Media Notes in WaPo today asks “What’s the Message?”

Morning Reading List 04.02.09

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Its day 73 covering the Obama administration and week nine for us. What we know and what we’re reading this Thursday morning…



A local media source tells DCRTV that WaPo’s Katherine Weymouth is “weighing” the possibility of ending Saturday publication of the paper and experimenting with an online edition one day a week. The source says Weymouth and a team of advisers have been studying online efforts by other publications, including the Post’s, for more than a year now and are attempting to decide whether to proceed with the one-day-a-week online-only experiment. Maybe “later this year.” Late last year, the Washington Times replaced its Saturday print edition with an online-only substitute.

FishbowlNY: At Michael’s in NYC yesterday, legendary newspaperman Ben Bradlee wasn’t about to buy into all the gloom and doom about the industry: “When I was editor of the Post, there was something like 7,500 papers and now there’s 1,200. But I don’t think it’s such a bad thing if there’s a few less papers — if they’re better.”

NYT’s Editor responds to VF Piece on Arthur Sulzberger in a letter to the editor. Bill Keller: “Last year readers paid The New York Times more than $600 million to buy our newspaper… it buys us time to answer the existential question of our business, which is how we assure that journalism continues to pay. I’ll bet on Arthur Sulzberger finding the answer to that question before Mark Bowden does.”


Fox News has 9 of the top 10 cable news programs in the first quarter of 2009, averaging more viewers than MSNBC and CNN combined and claiming the number 2 spot in cable primetime. Here’s are the programs in order: The O’Reilly Factor (3,438,000 total viewers), Hannity (2,579,000), Glenn Beck (2,271,000), Special Report with Bret Baier (2,092,000), On the Record with Greta Van Susteren (1,977,000), The FOX Report with Shepard Smith (1,927,000), The O’Reilly Factor- repeat (1,457,000), America’s Newsroom (1,445,000) and Your World with Neil Cavuto (1,428,000).

Countdown with Keith Olbermann is in tenth place with 1,327,000 total viewers.

CNN, surpassed by MSNBC for the first time in weekday primetime ratings last month, plans to increase its workforce this year and invest in its Web site. CNN is hiring about 30 workers for its newswire service this year and plans to recruit more for international news.


Wanda Sykes- this year’s entertainment at the White House Correspondents Association Dinner- is getting her own late-night show on Fox.


UrbanDaddy is looking for an editor for a new email magazine.

Preservation Magazine is looking for a business manager.

Thompson Publishing Group is looking for a director of marketing.

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Ailes Responds to Friel’s “Date” Joke

From TVNewser: FNC president Roger Ailes has responded to U.S. News and World Report’s Paul Bedard after Courtney Friel‘s joke about him in her SoupCans Q&A.

Friel was asked how she got her FNC job, and she responded: “Well…I went on a date with Roger Ailes…OMG – I’m joking!! Actually – the process was pretty standard. My agent sent FOX a DVD.”

Ailes response? “I’m glad Courtney Friel made this joke and not Neil Cavuto.”

Coverage Plans For Obama Address

From TVNewser

Every network will cover President Barack Obama’s Address to Congress tonight at 9pmET. Following Obama’s speech is Gov. Bobby Jindal’s Republican response.

Each network’s coverage plans after the jump.

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Morning Reading List, 09.30.08


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Morning Reading List, 09.24.08

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Morning Reading List, 09.11.08


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Morning Reading List, 02.06.08

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  • The Ways and Means Republican Staff announced the new press team of Jim Billimoria as Communications Director and Cassie Smedile as Deputy Communications Director.

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  • Jack Shafer on “Wall to Wall to Wal-Mart Political Coverage

  • Reuters reports, “At least 65 journalists were killed around the world because of their work last year, the highest figure for 13 years, and nearly half of them died in Iraq, a leading media watchdog reported on Monday. The figure compiled by the Committee to Protect Journalists, or CPJ, in its annual report, ‘Attacks on the Press,’ was one more than that cited by the New York-based group in a Dec. 18 statement and compares with 56 in 2006.”

  • Objectivity is a serious subject for newspeople

  • Cartoonists to Protest Lack of Color in the Comics

  • WashPo texts: A Hillary sweep

  • The Project for Excellence in Journalism’s Campaign Coverage Index shows, “Fresh off his Florida primary win, John McCain attracted more media coverage than any other Presidential candidate last week. He appeared as a significant or dominant newsmaker in 37% of all campaign stories, and generated about 75% more coverage than his nearest GOP competitor Mitt Romney

  • ConWeblog reports, “A Feb. 5 WorldNetDaily column takes a certain amount of glee in the fact that the ‘strongly liberal’ Washington Post is losing circulation”

  • The New York Observer reports,Rupert Murdoch was on Fox News’ Your World with Neil Cavuto … and discussed how he had ‘no ill-will’ against Hillary Clinton and how he planned to change the culture of the Wall Street Journal (in part, by moving their offices to Midtown).”

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  • A NBC release announced, “According to Nielsen Media Research data, ‘NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams’ was the most-watched network evening newscast, winning the week of January 28, 2008. The Williams-led newscast averaged 9.699 million total viewers”

  • Reporters should feel free to vote for the president

  • TVNewser reports,Johnny Dollar has the video of FNC anchor Shepard Smith absolutely unloading on a viewer who has a tendency to email Smith incessantly. Her email rant against Smith today regarding his supposed anti-Romney-bias gets him so riled up he reads it on air (something he says he’s wanted to do ‘for years!’).”

  • An ABC release announced, “‘World News with Charles Gibson’ averaged 9.37 million Total Viewers and a 2.4/8 among Adults 25-54 for the week of January 28th. For the week, ‘World News’ placed first in the Adult 25-54 rating (2.4) and Households (6.5/12), tying NBC’s ‘Nightly News.’ Season-to-date, ‘World News’ is the only evening newscast to grow its Total Viewing audience, increasing 1%; NBC is down 3% and CBS is down 12%.”

  • Dow Jones reports, “News Corp.’s (NWS, NWSA) fiscal second-quarter net income rose 1.2% on improved results in its television, cable-TV and Internet businesses that were partially offset by lower results in film and TV production and losses at affiliates.”

  • TVNewser reports, “It’s not just any Tuesday: Hannity & Colmes in the early afternoon, Brian Williams at lunchtime and Cooper, Blitzer and Dobbs at high Noon. The networks have moved up their prime time talent, using them throughout this Super Tuesday. TVNewser attended today’s ‘CNN-Time America Votes 2008′ special at the Time Warner Center, which featured CNN’s biggest names.”

  • The Los Angeles Times reports, “Public broadcasting officials vowed Monday to fight drastic cuts President Bush is seeking to make to federal financing for public television and radio, warning that the reductions would seriously impair station operations.”

  • TVNewser reports, “If you live in Albuquerque, Chicago, Las Vegas, L.A., or Memphis, and you’re looking for real-time Super Tuesday election updates, you’ve got another way to get your information. The Memphis Business Journal reports that ‘Clear Channel Outdoor is joining with NBC News and to provide digital reporting of primary election results” using a network of LED billboards.’

  • Variety reports, “Six national cable television programming companies have jointly sued the Federal Communications Commission, claiming that the agency’s so-called dual carriage requirement is a dual foul. C-Span, Discovery Communications, the Weather Channel, TV One, A&E Television Networks and Scripps Networks allege that the requirement constitutes both a First Amendment violation and an unfair advantage for broadcasters. The cablers are asking the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals to toss the requirement, which forces cable operators to offer an analog version of a broadcaster’s channel as well as a digital one for at least three years following the transition to all-digital in early 2009.”

  • Washington Post reports on CNN’s debut of its “Magic Wall.”

  • “HuffPo’s Sam Stein reports Sen. Hillary Clinton has accepted the offer to participate in a debate expected to air on Fox News on Monday,” reports TVNewser.

  • Jon Klein said: “I Think I’m Going To Have a Heart Attack” Find out why here.

  • TVNewser reports, “After receiving some criticism over the weekend for his financial support of Sen. John McCain and Mitt Romney, CNN political analyst and conservative author Bill Bennett’s support was disclosed during CNN’s America Votes 2008 special.”

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  • The Hollywood Reporter reports, “If New York ever needed to make its case for being the center of the media universe, Tuesday is one of those days. For the first time in recent history, each state in the tristate area — Connecticut, New York and New Jersey — is holding a primary that will matter, thanks to the wide-open nature of both parties’ races and an expanded Super Tuesday. The media industry is gearing up to cover the races from the New York-based news divisions. If that wasn’t enough, Sunday night’s heroes the New York Giants will be feted with a ticker-tape parade in downtown Manhattan and a giant celebration across the Hudson River at their Meadowlands home. Add in Fashion Week and a big convention at the Javits Center, and it’s all shaping up to be a huge news day.”

  • The Los Angeles Times reports, “E-mail newsletters seek riches in niches”

  • Poynter Online reports, “On Jan. 25, Simon Owens blogged about new research about why more and more journalists are fleeing the newspaper business. Owens didn’t just quote from the paper by Dr. Scott Reinardy of Ball State University — he also interviewed the author and presented information from that original reporting in his post. Owens’ post got noticed not only by Poynter’s Jim Romenesko, but also by Editor & Publisher, in this Jan. 25 article by Emily Vaughan. According to Owens, when he saw Vaughan’s article as originally posted to the E&P site, he was taken aback: ‘Though some of the facts [in her story] came directly from the study itself, many of the facts reported were lifted directly from my article — facts that came from my interview with the professor in question. Was I given any credit for my reporting? None at all. It’s presented in such a way as if the reporter had gathered those facts herself.’”

  • This week on WETA’s videoblog Author, Author! is Garrett Graff, the author of The First Campaign: Globalization, the Web, and the Race for the White House.

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  • The New York Observer reports, “Newsweek, which for decades has called midtown its home, is nearing a deal that would move its offices downtown to 100 Church Street. According to a source, the magazine giant has a lease out with the building’s owner, Alex Sapir president of the Sapir Organization, though the papers have yet to be signed”

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  • A SIRIUS release announced, “Indie Talk, an exclusive, groundbreaking talk radio channel that will serve as an uncensored, unfiltered forum for independent thought and opinion will launch tomorrow, Wednesday, February 6 at 9:00 am ET on SIRIUS channel 110. The channel will feature veteran actor and political maverick Ron Silver, among others. Indie Talk will give an equal voice to individuals from any affiliation or background, target the blogger generation, and be a platform for listeners across the country to react to breaking news, issues and buzz.”

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  • Freedom House is looking for a Press Officer (Advocacy Department).

  • The New Republic is looking for reporter-researchers.

  • The Warren Communications News is looking for a Business Reporter.

  • The Free Lance-Star Publishing Companies is looking for a Senior Designer.

  • Children’s National Medical Center is looking for a PR & Marketing Specialist.

  • The Chronicle of Higher Education is looking for Business Reporters.

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  • Morning Reading List, 01.07.08

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  • Tom Carter is leaving The Washington Times to become communications director at the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty.

  • Jessica Brady is joining Roll Call’s as the new features writer.

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  • Jack Shafer writes, “Media scholar Ben Compaine tells me he thinks the Wall Street Journal has begun to reflect the journalistic philosophy of genocidal tyrant Rupert Murdoch, who completed his acquisition of its parent company, Dow Jones & Co., in the middle of December.”

  • Eat The Press alerts us that, “Bill Kristol’s first column is up at the NYT.”

  • CJR revisits “Checkbook Journalism”

  • E&P’s Steve Outing writes, “What’s Needed in 2008: Serious Newsroom Cultural Change”

  • Washington Post’s Deb Howell writes, “For as long as newspapers have existed, readers have complained that they focus on the negative and critical. Journalists tend to blow that off: That’s what’s news. But when readers are negative toward The Post or its journalists, they often are met with what former Post executive editor Ben Bradlee called ‘the defensive crouch.’ My new year’s resolution for journalists is: Suck it up and forget the abuse. My resolution for angry readers is: Don’t assume malevolence on the part of the reporter or the paper when mistakes are made. Most transgressions are caused by human error or ignorance.”

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  • An ABC release announced, “ABC’s ‘World News with Charles Gibson’ is the number one evening newscast of 2007 among Total Viewers (8.39 million), Adults 25-54 (2.58 million), and Households (5.8 rating). This marks the ABC broadcast’s first yearly win in Total Viewers and the demo since 1996.”

  • An NBC release announced, “According to Nielsen Media Research
    data, ‘NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams’ was the most-watched network evening newscast, winning the week of December 24-30, 2007.”

  • Fox announced, “Thursday night’s Iowa caucus translated into big ratings for the cable news networks. According to Nielsen Media Research, FOX News Channel came away with the ratings victory among all viewers and in the key demographic (25-54) as compared to the other cable news networks.”

  • A release announced, “Decision 2008: Before You Vote, a partnership of Leadership Florida, the Florida Press Association and the Florida Public Broadcasting Service, Inc., released credentialing information today for the upcoming Florida Decision 2008 Republican Presidential Candidate Debate that it will host at Florida Atlantic University on Thursday, January 24. The debate will be held in the Carole and Barry Kaye Auditorium on the campus of Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton from 9:00 to 11:00 p.m ET. The debate will be produced by NBC News and broadcast on MSNBC and Florida Public Television from 9:00 to 11:00 p.m.”

  • A special moment between Chris Matthews and Sen. Clinton.

  • Dan Rather discussed how he would look at a settlement should CBS offer him one to drop his lawsuit against the network in an interview with FOX Business Network’s Neil Cavuto. Rather said: “I certainly would look at it, that’s not to say whether we would accept it or not. I want the truth to come out about this, and if the truth reflects badly on me when we get to discovery and find out what really happened in this case, then so be it.”

  • TVNewser reports,Mike Wallace, in a rare appearance on 60 Minutes, and Chris Wallace in a rare appearance live on a Sunday night, were both on the air at the same time tonight. Because of the late running NFL playoff game, Mike Wallace’s interview with Roger Clemens on 60 Minutes did not air until 8:20pmET. Over on Fox News, his son, Chris Wallace was 20 minutes into moderating the GOP forum.”

  • Check out Tracey Neale’s farewell from News 9.

  • TVNewser has some interesting tidbits from the Iowa Caucus ratings.

  • NewHour announced, “Jim Lehrer hosts a special half hour broadcast at 11pm, Tuesday, January 8, 2008 with coverage of the New Hampshire primary. Gwen Ifill and Judy Woodruff will be reporting from the field in New Hampshire. Jim Lehrer will get analysis and perspective from political analysts Stuart Rothenberg and Amy Walter; presidential historians Michael Beschloss and Richard Norton Smith; and NewsHour regulars Mark Shields and David Brooks.”

  • Check out the Reuters pic of a Secret Service agent coming between Bill O’Reilly and Obama staffer Marvin Nicholson. For more details on what caused this, click here.

  • TVNewser asks, “Is CNN Trying To “Stick It To Fox” By Re-Airing ABC’s Debates?”

  • NewsHour announced that the show’s story on Food Safety has won a Golden Cine award. “Betty Ann Bowser headed a team that included Producer Tony Van Witsen, Associate Producer Katie Mulik and Reporter Mike Melia. Additional material was contributed by Producer Saul Gonzalez and Correspondent Lee Hochberg.”

  • B&C reports, “Attention, national and local news operations: Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) regulation 23 CFR 634 goes into effect Nov. 24. So what? It requires workers on or near public highways to wear high-visibility safety clothes on the job. … This means that starting in the fall, there will be no more reporters in camel-hair overcoats and stylish parkas doing those winter stand-ups on traffic and weather along any public roadway — at least not without day-glow vests, reflective tape or other approved safety gear, as well.”

  • 23/6 reports, “Media outlets can’t resist screwing with Mike Huckabee’s name. Like bugs to those lamps that kill bugs, they flock, desperate to bask in the glow of their own wit. While FOX News was the only outlet to use the candidate’s name in lieu of a dirty word, The Atlantic coined Huckenfreude and Drudge went with Huckaboom. New York Magazine went all Brangelina on him with Huckabuchanan and the blogs spread Huckahunt, Aw Shucks-a-bee, and Huckabust like gonnorrhea at the University of Miami.”

  • Journal-isms reports, “The nation’s news media appear to be inching toward greater diversity in their campaign coverage teams as the Iowa caucuses take place Thursday and the first-in-the-nation New Hampshire presidential primary follows on Tuesday. Nearly all of the major news organizations contacted by Journal-isms on Wednesday could cite at least one journalist of color who would be part of the coverage — braving that little matter of the weather.”

  • The Feed reports, “In The Age of Obama, Media Diversity Takes Some Hits”

  • A tipster asks, “MSNBC’s promo for Joe Scarborough says he was a member of Congress from 1994-2001. He was elected in 1994. But wasn’t sworn in until 1995. Shouldn’t Joe know that?”

  • The ABC News/WMUR/Facebook presidential debates for both Republicans and Democrats took place last night. Charlie Gibson moderated.

  • Check out some pics from the FOX News’ forum in New Hampshire here.

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  • Poynter Online reports, How the “FOIA Reforms Help Journos, Bloggers”

  • Hitwise News reports, “Top 10 News and Media Category Websites Ranked By US Market Share of Visits”

  • Jack Shafer writes, “In praise of booze in the newsroom.”

  • Pajamas Media reports, Scott Horton’s smearing of the U.S. military is a swamp of dubious sources and hidden agendas, writes PJM’s Bob Owens. A fresh look at the Harper’s blogger reveals that his conflicts of interest run even deeper than previously thought.”

  • Don’t miss the Mediabistro party at The Park at Fourteenth on Tuesday, January 22, enjoying drinks and complimentary appetizers. For more info, click here.

  • Instapundit reports, “Blogger Andrew Olmsted has died in Iraq.”

  • John Dickerson writes, “You know when a celebrity television personality like Bill O’Reilly arrives at a political event because they always have a retinue and because people turn their cameras and camera phones from the candidate to capture the famous face. When the popular Fox News entertainer arrived at the Obama event in Nashua, people turned to him but not always approvingly. ‘Hey O’Reilly,’ yelled a man. When O’Reilly turned he got a single finger salute. A few people approached Bill to shake his hand but the overwhelming sentiment was not favorable. ‘O’Reilly hate monger,’ yelled a woman. A few other people gave him the bird. ‘I hate you Bill,’ yelled a man. ‘You can’t stop us Bill,’ yelled another. I thought someone might brain him with one of those Obama hope signs.”

  • A release announced, “Brent Bozell claims in his newest release, Whitewash: What the Media Won’t Tell You About Hillary Clinton, But Conservatives Will, that the media has succumbed to the pressure by the Clinton forces, going so far as to bury stories that might damage her presidential chances. But has it? To find out, the National Press Club has invited Bozell for a discussion of his new book in an open forum on January 10 at 6:30 p.m.”

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  • Reuters reports, “U.S. government antitrust lawyers have spent nearly 10 months so far investigating Sirius Satellite Radio Inc’s plan to acquire rival XM Satellite Radio Holdings Inc, despite company hopes that the deal would be approved by the end of 2007.”

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  • Kiplinger Washington Editors is looking for a Writer/Editor and a Financial Services Reporter.

  • Government Executive is looking for a Senior Editor.

  • Politico/ is looking for a National Account Executive.

  • The McGraw-Hill Companies is looking for a Senior Editor, North America.

  • The Magazine Group is looking for an Account Manager, Circulation.

  • Foreign Policy is looking for a Media & PR Coordinator.

  • The (Annapolis) Capital is looking for a sportswriter.

  • The McGraw-Hill Companies is looking for a Construction News Reporter.

  • Science News is looking for a Circulation Manager.

  • Argus Media is looking for a Power & fuels reporter.

  • Express/The Washington Post Co. is looking for an Assistant Art Director.

  • FierceMarkets, Inc. is looking for an Associate Editor.

  • The Virginian-Pilot is looking for a Staff Writer/Suffolk Public Safety.

  • American Academy of Physician Assistants is looking for a Reporter/Editor.

  • Patuxent Publishing is looking for a Reporter and a General Assignment Reporter.

  • USA Weekend Magazine is looking for Freelance Copy Editors and Fact-Checkers.

  • The News Virginian is looking for a News Ace.

  • Inside Washington Publishers is looking for Print and online reporters.

  • The Washington Times is seeking a Talented Copy Editor.

  • National Public Radio is looking for a Production Assistant, Tell Me More, an Editorial Assistant, Tell Me More, and an Associate Editor, Tell Me More.

  • National Association of Broadcasting is looking for a Media Relations Manager.

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