Sunday, August 31, 2008

Jeffrey Birnbaum Joins The Washington Times as Managing Editor

Jeffrey Birnbaum, a veteran Washington journalist, TV commentator and award-winning author, has been named managing editor of The Washington Times' digital media operations.

Birnbaum will oversee the Times' newly redesigned Web site, its expanding television and radio products and several new digital products such as the electronic edition of the newspaper that arrives by email and new content syndication feeds.

For the past 4 years, Birnbaum has written about the connections between business, lobbying and politics for The Washington Post, authoring the weekly column "K Street Confidential." In addition, he is a political analyst for the Fox News Channel, as well as a panelist on the PBS public-affairs program "Washington Week." He is also national political analyst for Fox News Radio and is a commentator on the popular national radio broadcast "Marketplace."

He will continue to appear on Fox News Channel and other Fox outlets while working at The Washington Times.

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