The 2014 Garden Brunch supported Dog Tag Bakery and Blue Star Families. We’re honored to support them again this weekend!
Please support journalists who are under siege globally. The Washington Post’s Dana Priest shows us how we can do something from our own computers. Thanks, Dana!
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“Rick Berke, the New York Times veteran and former POLITICO executive editor, has joined The Boston Globe, where he will launch a new start-up focused on the life sciences.”
Read more on politico.com: Former New York Times and POLITICO editor, Rick Berke, joins another great publication, The Boston Globe.
“Glenn Thrush has been promoted to Politico’s chief political correspondent and will take a major role in the outlet’s coverage of the 2016 presidential campaign, according to a memo sent to staff Tuesday from editor Susan Glasser.
Thrush, a senior staff writer at Politico Magazine, will immediately “begin filing news, scoops and more in the news cycle as well for us,” according to the memo. He will also be the host of “Off Message,” a podcast dedicated to offering “a smart, unvarnished take on 2016.”
Read more via poynter.org: Glenn Thrush named chief political correspondent at Politico
FOX Business Network (FBN) has signed Bloomberg’s Trish Regan as an anchor and markets reporter, announced Bill Shine, Senior Executive Vice President of Programming for FBN and FOX News Channel.
Read more on FoxBusiness.com: FOX Business Network Signs Bloomberg’s Trish Regan
A month has passed and it’s still hard to believe that David Carr is not walking amongst us. This is how the Times is trying to reorganize media coverage (via Politico).
In a 25 minute interview, President Obama told Kara Swisher that he embraces technology and is looking forward to the new Apple Watch! Swisher covered all the technology and security issues and a few fun items. The President seemed proud to embrace the selfie stick but still uses a Blackberry and watches sports on TV.
“Washington’s A-list on Saturday swarmed the annual Garden Brunch, held in a historic Georgetown home… The event honored Dog Tag Bakery and Blue Star Families, two organizations supporting, respectively, veterans and military families.” Read more.
Tina Brown kicks things off at the second annual Daily Beast Hero Summit with an interivew with the always interesting Senator John McCain. As politicians line up to claim they are outraged by the government shutdown’s affect on veteran services. Syria and the controveries in Congress will all be covered starting at 8:30 a.m. when Senator John McCain joins Tina Brown in a special session.
Afterwards the morning program continues with a look back at the 20th anniversary of the events behind Black Hawk Down with the producer of the 2001 film Jerry Bruckheimer. The day continues featuring speakers from Capitol Hill, the military and the premiere later tonight of Peter Berg‘s “Lone Survivor.”
You can watch the day’s panels live here: