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Posts Tagged ‘Suzanne Clark’

News Notes: Yeas & Nays Photo Shoot, Washingtonian’s Most Powerful and Stylish

• Last time we checked, “Yeas & Nays” had yet to update its Twitter page photo, but now the Examiner makes it official. Introducing Nikki Schwab and Tara Palmeri.

• In this month’s WashingtonianNJ‘s Suzanne Clark, NYT‘s Maureen Dowd, MTP’s Betsy Fischer, PBS’ Gwen Ifill, BET’s Debra Lee, NPR’s Diane Rehm, NPR’s Vivian Schiller, NPR’s Nina Totenberg and WaPo‘s Katharine Weymouth represent the media on the mag’s 100 Most Powerful Women.

• CNN’s “State of the Union” executive producer Michelle Jaconi and journo band Suspicious Package’s Christina Sevilla are among Washingtonian‘s Most Stylish People. The 18 fashionistas will be toasted at a party thrown by the mag this evening, and you can check out the complete list on newsstands.

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NJ Power Breakfast Hosts Rep. Waxman

Rep. Waxman and Brownstein at NJ’s power breakfast.

Atlantic Media political director Ronald Brownstein hosted Rep. Henry Waxman (D-CA) at the National Journal Group’s power breakfast this morning. They discussed health care and climate change and Rep. Waxman signed copies of his newly released book “The Waxman Report.” The Atlantic‘s Joshua Green, who co-wrote Waxman’s book, was also in attendance.

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It’s the Tam Cam!


Newsweek’s Tammy Haddad has created one of Denver’s best gag gifts: A fan that spells out “Tam Cam” (the name of her online videos, as dubbed by Politico’s Mike Allen). Charlie Crist — a Playbook reader, by the way…as is Debbie Dingell — has already requested one.

Haddad showed it off at a Palm dinner (where else?) with Ashley Bommer (Richard Holbrooke advisor), Nancy Kirshner Rodriguez (head of government affair to Mayor Gavin Newsom), Eve O’Toole (partner, Marc Associates), Marc Adelman (media consultant with Sen. Harry Reid), Hilary Rosen, Lee Brenner (MySpace), Debbie Dingell.

Also there: National Journal President Suzanne Clark, Justin Waller, Tim Shannon and John Galloway.

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TechDaily Folds

From National Journal President Suzanne Clark:

    Dear Technology Daily Subscriber: We wanted to make you aware of some important changes planned in the coming weeks and months with regard to coverage of technology policy. We will be expanding our technology coverage across our publications in 2008, in recognition that technology issues infuse nearly every area we cover: health care, energy and the environment, national security, education, and even campaigns and elections. Most immediately, we will be adding reporters to CongressDaily — our twice daily publication for Capitol Hill insiders — to enhance coverage of technology policies, while also devoting additional space and resources to better track technology-related issues within the public policy arena. We will be closing our technology-specific online publication, TechDaily, effective at the end of January 2008.

    Launched nine years ago, during the “tech boom,” TechDaily covered an important and emerging sector, which was little understood or appreciated in Washington at that time. Editor Danny Glover, his predecessor, Sharon McLoone, and the staff at TechDaily have done an outstanding job and we are grateful for their efforts. Technology issues and coverage have come a long way in ten years; it is time to recognize the need to incorporate technology into all that we do. We plan to make some of TechDaily’s most popular features available in CongressDaily. Details regarding your paid subscription: You will automatically continue to receive the latest technology-related news through an online subscription to CongressDaily for the remaining duration of your TechDaily subscription unless we hear from you otherwise. For those who currently subscribe to CongressDaily and TechDaily, your CongressDaily subscription will be extended by the pro-rated monetary value remaining on your TechDaily subscription.

Clark Wishes Hotline A Happy 20th

National Journal Group President Suzanne Clark sent out the following internal email last week, obtained by FishbowlDC:

    Colleagues, I hope you’ll join me in commemorating a special anniversary in the National Journal Group. Today, The Hotline celebrates 20 years as the most informative and entertaining read in town on politics. Thanks to the hard work of our talented writers and editors, The Hotline continues to be the daily news service no politico can go a day without. Starting in 1987, The Hotline was ahead of its time as one of the first news services to deliver updates in a daily fax to readers. Today, The Hotline has fully migrated to mobile devices and the web where it continues to innovate. While technology has changed, its position as the authoritative source for political information is as strong as ever. This is due wholly to the contributions of our gifted colleagues, who demonstrate their mastery of campaign politics with each edition. Our editorial success could not be enjoyed without the hard work and dedication of our talented sales team in the Office of the Publisher as well. Through their efforts, we have been able to expand the readership of The Hotline each year, and hope to broaden its reach for years to come. It’s a privilege to work among colleagues whose talents produce a publication read with fanatical devotion each day. I look forward to another 20 years of growth and thank you for your continued great work.

One reader wonders: “Why no party?”

Admittedly, it does seem odd that Atlantic Media hasn’t done more to celebrate such a big anniversary for, what has long been considered, its crown jewel.