Morning Media Newsfeed: Paris Rally Dominates News | NYT Hires Maggie Haberman

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Paris Rally Dominates Global News Coverage (THR)
The Paris rally to honor the 17 victims killed during terrorist attacks against the Charlie Hebdo newspaper and a kosher grocery that gripped the country dominated news coverage in Europe and the U.S. Sunday. BBC News Up to 1.6 million are estimated to have taken to the streets of the French capital Sunday. NYT The French police killed three terrorists on Friday in raids, ending three days of bloodshed that shook a nation struggling with Islamic extremists. At least 17 French citizens were killed by terrorists in the chaos, officials said, first in a massacre at Charlie Hebdo, which some Muslims believed insulted the prophet Muhammad, and then in a roadside shooting on Thursday and two standoffs on Friday that left the gunmen and four of their hostages dead. TVNewser NBC News issued an explanation Thursday for the erroneous report that two of the suspects were killed Wednesday night. The ABC A German newspaper that reprinted cartoons of Islamic prophet Mohammed from Charlie Hebdo has been the target of an arson attack. The newspaper, Hamburger Morgenpost, in the northern port city of Hamburg, was attacked on Sunday morning local time.

NYT Hires Maggie Haberman (Politico / Dylan Byers on Media)
The New York Times has hired Politico senior political reporter Maggie Haberman to anchor First Draft, the site’s political news page, and “help drive our campaign news during the day,” Washington bureau chief Carolyn Ryan announced Friday. FishbowlDC Haberman, who previously worked at the New York Post, was a lead reporter on the 2012 presidential campaign and, more recently, covered Hillary Clinton‘s potential bid for president in 2016. FishbowlNY Haberman’s appointment is effective Feb. 15. She also worked for the New York Daily News. Capital New York Haberman has long been a Times target. In May 2013, the Huffington Post’s Michael Calderone reported that the Times approached Haberman about joining, but she stayed put. Her Politico colleague, Jonathan Martin, however, joined the Gray Lady as national political correspondent.

Jack Shafer Joins Politico (FishbowlNY)
Everyone’s favorite media critic Jack Shafer is joining Politico. In a memo, Politico’s editor Susan Glasser wrote that Shafer will be penning a regular column on politics and the media. FishbowlDC Shafer, the former press and politics columnist for Reuters, starts Jan. 17. “As we begin the quadrennial follies of a presidential election amid a wave of media disruption, Jack promises to be the indispensable guide to the political tumult, who always calls it like he sees it and whose sharp insights and razor observations come accompanied not only by deeply informed reporting — but also by a requisite sense of the long history underpinning all this narrative of American political journalism,” announced Glasser in the memo. HuffPost Shafer, who has previously written and edited for Slate, Washington City Paper and San Francisco Weekly, was laid off from Reuters in November.

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Golden Globes 2015 Winners: Amazon, The CW Make History (Mashable)
At the Golden Globes Sunday, several firsts happened in the TV categories: Streaming newcomer Amazon won its first Golden Globe on its first nomination for Transparent in Best TV Comedy or Musical. Jane The Virgin‘s Gina Rodriguez nabbed The CW’s first win in Best Actress in a TV Comedy. Variety The Golden Globes are usually known for more lighthearted hijinks, but Sunday’s telecast of the 72nd ceremony took on a more somber tone, as many of the winners reflected on serious news events, from Ferguson and Charlie Hebdo to LGBT rights. HuffPost Boyhood won Best Motion Picture Drama, one of three awards Richard Linklater’s film grabbed on Sunday night. While Boyhood was favored to win multiple awards on Sunday, the 72nd annual Golden Globes included its fair share of upsets. Chief among those were Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel, which earned Best Motion Picture Musical or Comedy.