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What we know and what we’re reading this Tuesday morning, the day of Joe Curl’s birth. Happy Birthday!
Boston Globe: The Boston Globe‘s largest union tonight narrowly rejected $10 million in wage and benefit cuts, and about an hour later the paper’s owner declared an impasse in negotiations and imposed a 23 percent pay cut on the union’s members, effective next week.
NYT‘s coverage: Many guild members who opposed the package said they did so believing that further negotiations might result in a better deal.
“I can see the day, maybe 20 years away, where you don’t actually have paper and ink and printing presses,” Rupert Murdoch in Guardian here.
Check out CBS News President Sean McManus on Bob Schieffer’s future here. “… there are not many Bob Schieffers in the world. You’ve seen what happened at NBC – there are a couple of people at every news organization that are irreplaceable. Tim Russert is in that category and Bob Schieffer falls in that category. There are options internally and externally that we’ve discussed but there is not a great option if and when Bob decides not to do that job. The good news is he’s as energized and engaged as he’s been in the last 10 years.”
Fox News Channel VP of news editorial Jay Wallace was named to the 2009 “Next Wave of Leaders” list by Broadcasting & Cable.
NBC News and Three Part Media LLC have teamed to launch TheGrio.com, a “video centric news site” aimed at the African American community. More dets at WebNewser.
Roxana Saberi will receive the Medill Medal for Courage in Journalism at Northwestern’s School of Journalism’s convocation on June 20th.
How do you choose your news? A recent study says people follow news that suits their views.
You’ve undoubtly caught a #dudeido on his Twitter page- and now Amanda at FishbowlNY has too noticed Patrick Gavin’s wedding planning coverage. Check out her take here.
WEST WING REPORTAGE
Mediaweek: Executives at the Big Four broadcast networks, upset that President Barack Obama has cumulatively cost them more than $30 million in revenue from preempted prime-time programming for three press conferences, say getting advertisers to sponsor future press events as a way to recoup lost revenue isn’t a viable option.
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Our buddy at TVNewser, Steve Kraukauer is leaving TVNewser to join former FishbowlNY’er Glynnis MacNicol at Abrams Research as the TV Editor of their media blog. Check out TVNewser’s editor job listing below.
TVNewser is looking for an editor.
Capitol File is looking for an account executive.
“Inside NRC” is looking for a managing editor.
Check out MediaJobsDaily.