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Tuesday, March 4, 2008

Porcelain & Politics

I’ve got some odds and ends for you tonight. The journalists covering the 2008 Presidential election get a front row seat to history as they get to see the potential future leader of the United States on the campaign trail. Although being on the road all the time is far from glamorous, I never expected to see this:

AUSTIN, Texas (CNN) — The scene of the Clinton press corps' less than ideal filing center in the Berger Activity Center men's locker room. (Photo Credit: Sasha Johnson/CNN)

Updated 8:53 p.m. with a statement from Sen. Clinton's campaign: "These accommodations should in no way be taken as a commentary on the quality of our media coverage," said Clinton spokesman Doug Hattaway.

This was taken was CNN’s Political Ticker. I wonder where they would have put the press corp if they really didn’t like them?

Here's an update on a few staffing changes at CNN... these come from Media Week:

David Sheehan has joined the CNN News Services executive team as vice president for CNN content licensing and sales. In his new role, Sheehan oversees CNN ImageSource, CNN Worldwide's content and stock footage licensing business. Sheehan comes to CNN from ABC News VideoSource where, under his direction, the network saw record sales of ABC News’ stock footage. He also established key partnerships with a range of content partners. Sheehan joined ABC News VideoSource in 1995.

** Naamua Delaney has been hired as lead anchor for Live. Most recently, Delaney was the host of NBC’s iVillage Live.

Jonathan Shar has been named general manager of Shar was most recently vp, consumer marketing for the Sports Illustrated Group.

** iVillage Live! - Reporter: Naamua Delaney courtesy Mitchell Haaseth/NBC Photo

Naamua Delaney can already be seen on LIVE. Here's a link to an interview she recently did with Heather Smith, executive director of Rock the Vote.

American Morning's John Roberts will be the emcee at the the Radio and Television News Directors Foundation's 18th annual First Amendment Awards Dinner on March 6 in Washington. More information on the event can be found on RTNDA's website.

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