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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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