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WSJ Launches ‘DC Bureau’ Show

The Wall Street Journal is launching a new weekly politics show titled “DC Bureau.” The program will be hosted by the Journal’s Washington bureau chief, Jerry Seib. Others appearing on DC Bureau include deputy editor-in-chief Gerard Baker, senior economics editor David Wessel and senior political reporter, Neil King.

The first show debuts today at 11 am, featuring an interview with a couple powerhouses in politics — David Axelrod and Kevin Madden, the lead strategists for President Obama and Mitt Romney, respectively.

DC Bureau can be viewed via “WSJ Live,” which is available on a wide variety of platforms, including WSJ.com, iPad, iPhone, Apple TV, YouTube and more.

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2012 Gerald Loeb Award Finalists Announced

The 2012 Gerald Loeb Award finalists have been announced. The awards celebrate excellence in business and financial journalism. Along with the news, Jerry Seib, Deputy Managing Editor and Washington Bureau Chief of The Wall Street Journal was given the Lifetime Achievement Award and Winnie O’Kelley, Deputy Business Editor at The New York Times, received the Lawrence Minard Editor Award.

Here are the finalists for the Large Newspaper and Magazine categories. For the rest, click here.

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