Morning Reading List, 06.28.07

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  • TVWeek reports, “Ray Hennessey is being named managing editor and director for the Fox Business Channel Web site, slated to launch later this year.”

  • E&P reports, “If Rupert Murdoch succeeds in buying Dow Jones & Co., will the unusual editorial-independence provision in the deal — which would apparently limit his involvement in The Wall Street Journal newsroom — really work? And should it?”

  • Thomas Head settles his lawsuit with the Washingtonian magazine.

  • The Los Angeles Times reports, “Effort to regulate TV violence is renewed”

  • The New York Times reports, “This week, MySpace, a division of the News Corporation, will show that it is serious about challenging YouTube in the booming world of online video.”


  • A “Leading Regional Luxury Lifestyle Publication” is looking for a Graphic Designer.

  • Young D.C., Inc. seeks a Managing Director.

  • American Association for Justice is looking for an Assistant Editor in Law Reporters Department.

  • Trust for America’s Health is looking for a Communications Coordinator.

  • Maryland Gazette is looking for Reporters.

  • Washingtonpost. Newsweek Interactive is looking for a Technical Journalist for

  • Humane Society of the United States is looking for a Public Relations Specialist.

  • Times Community Newspapers is looking for a Copy Editor, a Photographer and a Managing Editor.

  • is looking for a Managing Editor for Internet Broadcasting.

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