Update on Journolist

My item “Wide use of “Reaganesque” suggests Journolist still operating” prompted a couple of comments from journalists who claimed they were incorrectly included. They asked that their names be removed.

One of these was Matt Steinglass. Mr. Steinglass had been included as a result of co-signing a letter signed by a few other journolisters. The original author of the list (Buckeye Texan) accepts Mr. Steinglass’s claim that he was never on the actual email list and has agreed to remove his name.

The other person claiming not to be a Journolister is Eric Boehlert. Buckeye Texan is yet to confirm Mr. Boehlert’s claim, but seems ready to, so I will also remove his name on the assumption that BT will soon be producing a new list excluding Mr. Boehlert.

There is a discussion regarding the accuracy of the current list here.

The list I used in my previous post is republished here with the changes discussed above. I will do a further update once Buckeye Texan’s updated list is published.

1. Spencer Ackerman – Wired, FireDogLake, Washington Independent, Talking Points Memo, The American Prospect
2. Thomas Adcock – New York Law Journal
3. Ben Adler – Newsweek, POLITICO
4. Mike Allen – POLITICO
5. Eric Alterman – The Nation, Media Matters for America
6. Marc Ambinder – The Atlantic
7. Greg Anrig – The Century Foundation
8. Ryan Avent – Economist
9. Dean Baker – The American Prospect
10. Nick Baumann – Mother Jones
11. Josh Bearman – LA Weekly
12. Steven Benen – The Carpetbagger Report
13. Ari Berman – The Nation
14. Jared Bernstein – Economic Policy Institute
15. Michael Berube – Crooked Timer, Pennsylvania State University
16. Brian Beutler – The Media Consortium
17. Lindsay Beyerstein – Freelance journalist
18. Joel Bleifuss – In These Times
19. John Blevins – South Texas College of Law
20. Name removed
21. Sam Boyd – The American Prospect
22. Ben Brandzel – MoveOn.org, John Edwards Campaign
23. Shannon Brownlee – Author, New America Foundation
24. Rich Byrne – Playwright
25. Kevin Carey – Education Sector
26. Jonathan Chait – The New Republic
27. Lakshmi Chaudry – In These Times
28. Isaac Chotiner – The New Republic
29. Ta-Nehisi Coates – The Atlantic
30. Michael Cohen – New America Foundation
31. Jonathan Cohn – The New Republic
32. Joe Conason – The New York Observer
33. Lark Corbeil – Public News Service
34. David Corn – Mother Jones
35. Daniel Davies – The Guardian
36. David Dayen – FireDogLake
37. Brad DeLong – The Economists’ Voice, University of California at Berkeley
38. Ryan Donmoyer – Bloomberg News
39. Adam Doster – In These Times
40. Kevin Drum – Washington Monthly
41. Matt Duss – Center for American Progress
42. Gerald Dworkin – UC Davis
43. Eve Fairbanks – The New Republic
44. James Fallows – The Atlantic
45. Henry Farrell – George Washington University
46. Tim Fernholz – American Prospect
47. Dan Froomkin – Huffington Post, Washington Post
48. Jason Furman – Brookings Institution
49. James Galbraith – University of Texas at Austin
50. Kathleen Geier – Talking Points Memo
51. Todd Gitlin – Columbia University
52. Ilan Goldenberg – National Security Network
53. Arthur Goldhammer – Harvard University
54. Dana Goldstein – The Daily Beast
55. Andrew Golis – Talking Points Memo
56. Jaana Goodrich – Blogger
57. Merrill Goozner – Chicago Tribune
58. David Greenberg – Slate
59. Robert Greenwald – Brave New Films
60. Chris Hayes – The Nation
61. Don Hazen – Alternet
62. Jeet Heer – Canadian Journolist
63. Jeff Hauser – Political Action Committee, Dennis Shulman Campaign
64. Michael Hirsh – Newsweek
65. James Johnson – University of Rochester
66. John Judis – The New Republic, The American Prospect
67. Michael Kazin – Georgetown University
68. Ed Kilgore – Democratic Strategist
69. Richard Kim – The Nation
70. Charlie Kireker – Air America Media
71. Mark Kleiman – UCLA The Reality Based Community
72. Ezra Klein – Washington Post, Newsweek, The American Prospect
73. Joe Klein – TIME
74. Robert Kuttner – American Prospect, Economic Policy Institute
75. Paul Krugman – The New York Times, Princeton University
76. Lisa Lerer – POLITICO
77. Daniel Levy – Century Foundation
78. Ralph Luker – Cliopatria
79. Annie Lowrey – Washington Independent
80. Robert Mackey – New York Times
81. Mike Madden – Salon
82. Maggie Mahar – The Century Foundation
83. Amanda Marcotte – Pandagon.net
84. Dylan Matthews – Harvard University
85. Alec McGillis – Washington Post
86. Scott McLemee – Inside Higher Ed
87. Sara Mead – New America Foundation
88. Ari Melber – The Nation
89. David Meyer – University of California at Irvine
90. Seth Michaels – MyDD.com
91. Luke Mitchell – Harper’s Magazine
92. Gautham Nagesh – The Hill, Daily Caller
93. Suzanne Nossel – Human Rights Watch
94. Michael O’Hare – University of California at Berkeley
95. Josh Orton – MyDD.com, Air America Media
96. Rodger Payne – University of Louisville
97. Rick Perlstein – Author, Campaign for America’s Future
98. Nico Pitney – Huffington Post
99. Harold Pollack – University of Chicago
100. Katha Pollitt – The Nation
101. Ari Rabin-Havt – Media Matters
102. Joy-Ann Reid – South Florida Times
103. David Roberts – Grist
104. Lamar Robertson – Partnership for Public Service
105. Sara Robinson – Campaign For America’s Future
106. Alyssa Rosenberg – Washingtonian, The Atlantic, Government Executive
107. Alex Rossmiller – National Security Network
108. Michael Roston – Newsbroke
109. Laura Rozen – POLITICO, Mother Jones
110. Felix Salmon – Reuters
111. Greg Sargent – Washington Post
112. Thomas Schaller – Baltimore Sun
113. Noam Scheiber – The New Republic
114. Michael Scherer – TIME
115. Mark Schmitt – American Prospect, The New America Foundation
116. Nancy Scola – Personal Democracy Forum
117. Rinku Sen – ColorLines Magazine
118. Julie Bergman Sender – Balcony Films
119. Adam Serwer – American Prospect
120. Walter Shapiro – PoliticsDaily.com
121. Kate Sheppard – Mother Jones
122. Matthew Shugart – UC San Diego
123. Micah Sifry – Sunlight Foundation, Personal Democracy Forum
124. Nate Silver – FiveThirtyEight.com
125. Jesse Singal – The Boston Globe, Washington Monthly
126. Ann-Marie Slaughter – Princeton University
127. Ben Smith – POLITICO
128. Sarah Spitz – KCRW
129. Adele Stan – The Media Consortium
130. Paul Starr – The Atlantic
131. Kate Steadman – Kaiser Health News
132. Kay Steiger – Center for American Progress
133. Jonathan Stein – Mother Jones
134. Sam Stein – Huffington Post
135. Name removed
136. James Surowiecki – The New Yorker
137. Jesse Taylor – Pandagon.net
138. Steven Teles – Yale University
139. Mark Thoma – The Economists’ View
140. Michael Tomasky – The Guardian
141. Jeffrey Toobin – CNN, The New Yorker
142. Rebecca Traister – Salon
143. Karen Tumulty – Washington Post, TIME
144. Tracy Van Slyke – The Media Consortium
145. Paul Waldman – Author, American Prospect
146. Dave Weigel – Washington Post, MSNBC, The Washington Independent
147. Moira Whelan – National Security Network
148. Scott Winship – Pew Economic Mobility Project
149. J. Harry Wray – DePaul University
150. D. Brad Wright – University of NC at Chapel Hill
151. Kai Wright – The Root
152. Holly Yeager – Columbia Journalism Review
153. Rich Yeselson – Change to Win
154. Matthew Yglesias – Center for American Progress, The Atlantic Monthly
155. Jonathan Zasloff – UCLA
156. Julian Zelizer – Princeton University
157. Avi Zenilman – POLITICO

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