FORA.tv Speaker - Jim Brady

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Biography

Jim Brady has served as the executive editor of washingtonpost.com since November 2004. Prior to his appointment as executive editor, Brady served as a consultant for washingtonpost.com, focusing primarily on product development and strategy. This is Brady's second stint at washingtonpost.com. He served as sports editor and assistant managing editor for news from 1995 to 1999 and was on staff for the site's official launch in June 1996. During his time in news, Brady helped coordinate the site's coverage of the Clinton impeachment. After leaving washingtonpost.com in 1999, Brady spent more than four years at America Online, serving as group programming director of News and Sports, executive director of Editorial Operations, and vice president of Production & Operations. During his time at AOL, Brady was in charge of the service's coverage of the 9/11 terrorist attacks and the 2000 presidential election. Before originally moving to washingtonpost.com, Brady was a sportswriter at The Washington Post from 1987 to 1995.

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A Century of Headlines: The Future of Journalism

05.21.08 | 01:09:10 min | 0 comments