ABC News President David Westin announced today that Christianne Klein is leaving local ABC affiliate WJLA-TV to join ABC News as an overnight and early morning news anchor and a New York-based correspondent. She will contribute to “World News Now” and “World News This Morning,” as well as “Good Morning America” and ABC News Now.
NPR Pentagon reporter John Hendren is not a fan of Air France, especially after Air France lost the bag containing his satellite phone. Hendren: “Air France is the dangerous part. Once you’re in Baghdad, you’re fine!”
Sunday night, C-SPAN will air a joint interview with author Mona Charen and Washington Post columnist Ruth Marcus at 8 p.m. on “Q & A” with Brian Lamb.
Damn those cyber-terrorists! JessicaCutlerOnline is starting anew after hackers compromised the system. Will this mean a new leaf for Jessica?
President Bush and Laura Bush will appear in an “exclusive interview” tonight on Larry King Live. Following Star Jones? Now, that’s tough.
Former Sun reporter and creator of HBO’s “The Wire” David Simondenies he named a new character, Police Lt. Charles F. Marimow after former Sun editor William K. Marimow. Simon: “Charles Marimow is not the best example of leadership in the Police Department, and I have said elsewhere that I don’t think Bill Marimow and John Carroll [Marimow’s predecessor] were the best examples of leadership at The Sun. But Charles Marimow is not Bill Marimow. All they share is a surname.”
Is hating on Ann Coulter going to become an Olympic sport?
C-SPAN’s three-part special series, “The Capitol”, re-airs tonight, offering the “most extensive view of the Capitol ever recorded for television” according to the release. The series is already attracting attention. Coming up on the bill — Senate Baths. Ooooh.
Everything you have ever wanted to know about Washington Post’s Jose Antonio Vargas, on his own spiffy website.
The Washington Post reports that former Reuters chief executive Glen Renfrew died June 29 at a nursing home in St. Albans, England. He was 77. Renfrew was managing director and chief executive of Reuters from 1981 to 1991.