Morning Reading List, 04.30.07

morningsun.gifGood morning Washington.

  • Eggs are the preferred breakfast food of D.C. journos.

  • Mother Jones on the Washington Times’ gala.

  • A reader has beef with WJLA:

      Their webpage is a mess with three gazillion things trying to load at once, including live video/audio and such. Even though I’ve closed all my browsers there’s a live audio stream from some sort of weather report that is still playing on my computer, just in tiny stuttered stops. Is this some evil scheme by Allbritton? What a sh*tty website … And now, its ghosts are living in my computer.

      “Temperatures will be in the … Have a great … have a grr … have a grr … have a grea … have a great day.”

  • Northern Virginia Daily is looking for a General assignment reporter.
  • The (Annapolis) Capital is seeking Education Reporter.

  • It’s Moyers v. Kristol over Vietnam.

  • Deb Howell on “Falling Short On Fairness.”

  • PBS Newshour is looking for Broadcast Desk Assistants.

  • The Center for Community Change is looking for a Writer.

  • Kiplinger Washington Editors, Inc. is looking for a Senior Associate Editor.

  • “The Blacksburg tragedy dominated the cable and radio talk airwaves last week as no other story has all year, according to PEJ’s Talk Show Index for April 15-20. The horrific slaughter consumed 63% of the airtime, narrowly eclipsing talk host’s Don Imus firing, which accounted for 61% of the talk menu the week before.”

  • Is David Bass keeping David Corn in check? Check out the Corn & Miniter Show on Pajamas Media.

  • A tipster writes in, “ = on crack. Take note. It already exists in DC.”

  • Cousin TVNewser reports, “More than 2.2 million people watch the first 2008 presidential candidate debate on MSNBC Thursday evening.”

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