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What we know and what we’re reading this Wednesday morning.
Boston Globe: The New York Times Co. has hired an investment bank to manage the possible sale of the Boston Globe, and the company plans to request bids for Boston’s major daily in the next couple of weeks, according to two people who say they may make offers on the newspaper.
Poynter has the letter Globe staffers sent to Sulzberger- “We believe you don’t want us to take a 23 percent pay cut.”
TVNewser reported first yesterday that Steve Doocy’s son Peter is joining Fox News.
Check out CBS Early Show executive producer Zev Shalev on the Morning Media Menu here.
Not everyone is enjoying Newsweek’s latest issue, guest edited by funny man Stephen Colbert.
Washingtonian is looking for your nominations for Washington’s best-dressed. You can stuff the ballot box with Matt’s name here.
Check out Carl Bernstein on The Daily Beast here.
Who decides what’s news? Politico takes a look at “media gatekeepers” here.
From WaPo: Staff writer Tara Bahrampour has been named the senior recipient of the German Marshall Fund of the United States’ 2009 Peter R. Weitz prize for excellence and originality in U.S. reporting on Europe and the transatlantic relationship.
FishbowlNY is all over the Mirror Awards- Vanity Fair and The New York Times both took home two of the six prizes. David Carr and David Barstow took home prizes for the Times, while VF‘s Seth Mnookin and David Kamp each snagged an award. The New Yorker‘s Ian Parker and Wired.com’s Clive Thompson also won.
HAT TIPS: Mediabistro
JOBS after the jump…
PR firm Spitfire Strategies is looking for a senior associate.
Check out MediaJobsDaily.