Morning Reading List, 4.23.07

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  • Pulitzers Recognize ‘Stubborn Reporting’

  • Times is expected to cut 5% of staff

  • His Extremeness notices “that within a half-block radius around 1100 Wilson Boulevard in Rosslyn (the sensitive poet Internet artists colony that houses The Politico, WJLA Channel 7, and New Media Strategies/Extreme Mortman), there are four new green boxes offering The Onion.”

  • McClatchy Washington Bureau is seeking a regional reporter.

  • Papers’ Web Hopes Dim a Bit

  • Dow Jones & Company is looking for a Reporter.

  • Moyers hammers the media for ‘Buying the War’ in Iraq

  • The Dispatch is seeking a Staff Writer For Beach Beat.

  • Bloomberg reports that Clear Channel Communications Inc., “will sell its 56 television stations to Providence Equity Partners Inc. for $1.2 billion as it prepares to be taken private.”

  • From DCRTV:

      Is new CBS Radio head Dan Mason planning a management shakeup at the firm’s DC radio cluster? The Potomac-based radio honcho surely must have a thing or two to say about jumpstarting the slumping ratings of talker WJFK-FM and rocker WTGB. Should Michael Hughes be contacting a real estate agent? Stay tuned…..

    and…

      Washington Post automotive writer Warren Brown, who recently got yanked from his Saturday morning car show on WTWP, Washington Post Radio, returns to the airwaves. His “On Wheels With Warren Brown,” a paid infomercial produced by On Wheels Incorporated, an African American automotive media firm, launches on Tuesday, 5/1, at noon on WMET (1160 AM)…..

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