Saying Goodbye

FishbowlDC Readers: You may have noticed that, following the announcement that I was the new FishbowlDC contributing editor, my posting trailed off, followed by the removal of my name from […]

Edsall’s Adieu

In his final Washington Post chat this morning, Tom Edsall couldn’t escape some probing into his future. Edsall admitted he would miss fellow Postie Dana Milbank “very much,” but offered […]

Say It Ain’t So!

Washington Post’s Howard Kurtz explores the growing speculation/fear that bloggers could become “just another interest group.” Perish the thought! What is a blogger if not an outsider? Well it seems […]

Shadow Puppets

Covering the recent blogger convention in Sin City, New York Times’ Maureen Dowd and Adam Nagourney shared more than the same masthead. Both offered detailed accounts of the event, chronicling […]

“Crack Dealer” Is Generally Not A Pet Name

The New York Times’ Tom Friedman created quite a stir in Motor City when he called GM America’s most “dangerous” company after it offered $1.99 a gallon gas to buyers […]

Just Like Nightline, But Different

The launch of Al Jazeera International (AJI) is beginning to take on a “don’t call us, we’ll call you” feel. After missing its launch date, the network refuses to set […]

James Barrett, 75, Dies

James Philip Barrett, the first public relations director for NPR, died of pneumonia June 4 at Inova Fairfax Hospital. Barrett helped launch the network and “All Things Considered” in the […]