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Bloomberg Lands AP’s Komarow

Bloomberg News/Bloomberg Government has landed AP Washington’s Deputy Bureau Chief Steve Komarow to lead a new defense and foreign policy team.  As an editor and battlefield correspondent, Komarow has covered wars in Iraq, Afghanistan and Kosovo.  He also served as a foreign correspondent and national security writer for USA Today.  At Bloomberg he will lead a team of a dozen reporters, editors and analysts on defense and foreign policy coverage.

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AP Names Race/Enthnicity/Demographics Editor

Ross_Sonya_2002_web.jpg AP’s Acting Washington Bureau Chief Steve Komarow announces that Sonya Ross will be AP’s new Race/Ethnicity and Demographics Editor.

Ross has held many positions within AP. She has been the bureau’s urban affairs reporter, a member of the White House reporting team, World Services supervisor and a regional news editor.

Read the full internal memo after the jump…

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A ‘New Assignment’ Means Resigned for AP Reporter

090510-curley-obama-loven.jpg Jennifer Loven, the AP’s White House correspondent and an AP reporter for 18 years, is officially off the beat. She has resigned and is preparing to leave her job tomorrow.

Loven (as shown here to the right of the President) will soon set up shop at the Glover Park Group – the news was first reported by Politico‘s Mike Allen this morning.

Steve Komarow, AP’s Acting D.C. Bureau Chief, sent a first memo out to staff saying Loven “will be taking on a new assignment at her request.” This suggested Loven might stay within AP.

Today, in another memo, he spells out that assignment, but doesn’t name Glover Park Group…

> Update: The Glover Park Group put out its own statement on Loven. Read it after the jump…
> Update #2: Loven made a presentation at last year’s WHCA dinner. NBC News’s Brian Williams introduced her affectionately as “McLoven” and she led the dinner in toasting President Obama. Watch the clip from the C-SPAN Video Library after the jump…

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AP Names New White House Correspondent

Feller_Ben June 2010 copy.jpg AP announces Ben Feller as its new White House correspondent. He replaces Jennifer Loven, who has covered two presidencies, and requested to be reassigned.

About Feller: He joined AP in 2003 as an education reporter and moved to the White House beat in November of 2006. He has won two awards for presidential coverage. Publications he has worked for include The Tampa Tribune, the News & Record, and the Centre Daily Times.

Read the memo from AP’s Acting Washington Bureau Chief Steve Komarow after the jump…

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Evolution of Journalism Panel This Wednesday

Join DC Mag editor-in-chief Karen Sommer Shalett, Politico‘s Jonathan Martin, AP’s assistant Washington bureau chief Steve Komarow and Slate’s general manager and publisher John Alderman for a mediabistro discussion on the “Evolution of Journalism” this Wednesday at 7pm at the K Street Lounge.

And if the “Evolution of Journalism” doesn’t do it for you, let us point out, K Street Lounge is a bar so come for the drinks.

Register here.