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WSJ seeking reporter to cover FCC and telecom

October 7, 2013

Posted by Chris Roush

The Wall Street Journal’s Washington bureau is seeking a reporter to cover technology, telecommunications and the FCC. This crucial beat is of growing importance as the issues of cyber-security, privacy and use of the spectrum for wireless communications take on growing importance both in Washington and in the nation’s economy.

The reporter on this beat covers those issues as well as the FCC and its agenda and the growing activity of companies such as Google and Facebook in the nation’s capital. Ability to cover breaking news as well as to conceive broader, conceptual features that connect public policy and the real economy is important.

This staff member will work closely with both the Journal’s national-security reporters and its San Francisco bureau.

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