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Election Day ’08: Where to Watch Online

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The New York Observer has put together a comprehensive guide to watching the returns online including links.

The Washington Post is anchoring live Election Day video on tonight beginning at 6 pm ET, which will combine the Post‘s and Newsweek‘s political teams including: Chris Cillizza, Jon Meacham, Dana Priest, E.J. Dionne, Len Downie, Dana Milbank, and Jonathan Alter. Users will also be able to interact with guests during the show through a live discussion platform below the video screen.

Finally, our very own TVNewser will be liveblogging all the election coverage tonight and if you’re not already following FishbowlDC‘s Twitter you definitely should start.

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Brauchli to WaPo: Post-Game Chatter

080708_PB_Brauchli.jpgAccording to Ben Bradlee the reason that WaPo hired outsider Marcus Brauchli to replace departing executive editor Len Downie was that there was no “home-grown” person ready to do the job. Says Bradlee: “They didn’t think they had a guy ready. If they got the right guy, that is good. It is as simple as that.” Downie, however, says that it was merely a matter of Weymouth finding the right person for the job and that Brauchli’s lack of Post experience is not an issue. Post reporters also appear to be optimistic about their new boss, longtime Postie Dana Priest says not only are people relieved that the position has been filled but are more than willing to give Brauchli the benefit of the doubt. Meanwhile,
James Grimaldi says that he wishes him “all the luck in the world” because basically the future of humanity rests on Brauchli’s success (actually just “the future of The Washington Post and…what Post journalism means” but still, no pressure!).

Over at Slate Jack Shafer seems to think none of this matters much at all since as far as newspapers are concerned the power resides with the publisher.

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