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'WSJ' launches online politics show

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New York—The Wall Street Journal today launched a new online weekly politics show called “DC Bureau.” The program is hosted by Jeff Seib, the newspaper's Washington, D.C., bureau chief. The first show ran Friday at 11 a.m. ET on WSJ.com and WSJ Live, and featured an interview with David Axelrod, communications director for President Obama's re-election effort, and Kevin Madden, Mitt Romney's senior campaign strategist. “DC Bureau” joins other recent additions to WSJ Live programming, such as “Asia Today” and “News Hub GMT.” WSJ Live now offers more than four hours of live programming each business day.
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