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In case you missed it, another reason to keep your lips away from Matt Dornic. What know and what we’re reading this Friday morning…
Mark Penn will stay on with WSJ as a columnist.
More bad news for newspapers.
Whit Johnson joins CBS News as a correspondent for CBS’ affiliate service Newspath, based in the DC bureau.
MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” may be brewed by Starbucks, but on set in Hyannis, Mike Barnicle’s sticking with Dunkin Donuts.
Anderson Cooper will be anchoring “AC360” from New Orleans this evening. He is joining James Carville for a tour of the city.
Fox News topped CNN and MSNBC during the first day of Kennedy coverage. TVNewser has the numbers.
The Boston Globe saw increased traffic online this week with the death of Senator Kennedy and it was the video series that did best.
FT does not want you copying, pasting and emailing articles.
The new managing editor of The New Yorker is just 26 years old.
Senator Kennedy’s memoir, out in September, will be an instant best seller.
DNC press secretary Hari Sevugan, most well known for his appearance on The Hill‘s 50 Most Beautiful List, came back from two weeks vacation to his pretty face all over his office. Politico has the priceless photo.
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