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WBJ‘s O’Connell to WaPo

WBJ Editor Doug Fruehling announced yesterday that WaPo has snatched away reporter Jonathan O’Connell. O’Connell has covered D.C. government and nonprofits AT WBJ for nearly three years.

In a memo to staff, Fruehling also announced the departure of associate editor Tim Burn saying “We’ll be looking for new blood to fill these positions.”

Good news for job seekers! See Fruehling’s full memo after the jump.

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WBJ Announces Newsroom Changes

Just before the WBJ‘s “Book of Lists” bash last night, Editor Douglas Fruehling announced some changes to the Biz Journal‘s newsroom.

“Working the Room” and “Back Page” writer Jen Nycz-Conner will continue that role but has also taken on the role of media strategy manager aka “buzz generator-in-chief.” Associate Editor Tim Burn will become the BizSmarts editor and writer. Commercial real estate staff reporter Melissa Castro is will transition into a new role as senior staff reporter for features and “Inner Loop.” Vandana Sinha who has covered biotech, energy and environment will now focus on Web and evening editing. Staff reporters Tierney Plumb and Sarah Krouse are teaming up to cover all of the commercial real estate in the region.

Though it was not mentioned in Fruehling’s note, FishbowlDC confirmed that technology reporter Darlene Darcy is no longer with WBJ.

The entire staff memo is available after the jump.

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