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Posts Tagged ‘Vivyan Tran’

National Journal Rolls Out New Team of Reporters

NationalJournal.com Editor Tim Grieve is out with a memo this morning announcing brand new hires. Looks like they swiped two reporters from his former Politico stomping grounds. They include Patrick Reis (who he calls, ahem, hilarious), who he worked with at Politico Pro and Vivyan Tran, who will be their new digital editor.

“In one fell swoop, we’ve just hired a big collection of the best young journalists in Washington,” writes Grieve. “I could spend hours writing superlatives about this team, but let me get straight to the bold-faced names because they truly speak for themselves.” (Yes, please keep Summer Superlatives to us.)

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A Funny Way to Give Props to Politico Reporters

This is the kind of thing that’s only going to get better with time.

Starting back in November, Politico began an undercover employee recognition program that consists of an internal memo that gives “props”.  And while almost everyone and their brother can be individually mentioned, the people responsible for keeping the site running gets mentioned en mass (those geeks they affectionately call “the POLITICO web team”). In other words, this is a way to thank people who are not in the top tier of Politico‘s clutches and who, in many cases, you’ve never heard of ever.

Our absolute favorite props: “Several anonymous sources have also given props to Adam Mowder and Andy Glass for always changing the heavy water bottles in the back of the newsroom on a regular basis, that is no easy feat!” (According to intricate FishbowlDC research, those water bottles weigh approximately 3/4 of Glass’s entire body weight.)

Just before Christmas, management sent out an official “Props to POLITICOS” email to staff. “Props to POLITICO’s is off to a great start,” whoever is honcho-ing this operation began on a ringing note of enthusiasm. “We received several nominations the first two months and cannot wait to see what next month brings!  Keep the props coming and send your notes to propsPoliticos@politico.com.”

We changed the above email slightly as to not destroy the entire “props” operation before it even gets off the ground. But you’ve twisted our arms. We’ll highlight the rest of our favorites for November and December… Read more