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  1. Politico - Wikipedia

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    Politico, known originally as The Politico, is an American political journalism company based in Arlington County, Virginia, that covers politics and policy in the United States and internationally. It distributes content through its website, television, printed newspapers, radio, and podcasts.

    • History

      John F. Harris and Jim VandeHei left The Washington Post to...

    • Controversies

      Politico editor Michael Hirsh resigned in November 2016...

    • Distribution and content

      As of 2017, Politico claimed to average 26 million unique...

  2. Politico Europe - Wikipedia

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    Politico Pro. Politico Pro is a premium politics and policy news service that launched in 2015. The newsletter based subscriptions cover different policy areas such as Agriculture and Food, Financial Services, Healthcare, Trade, Energy and Climate, Technology and Transportation.

    • Stephen Brown (since January 2019)
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    • Politico Europe, Rue de la Loi 62, 1040 Brussels
  3. Político - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

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    Un político es una persona que se dedica a realizar actividades políticas.Existen diversas acepciones del término: En primer lugar se refiere a personas vinculadas a la administración pública; se considera que un político es toda persona afiliada a un partido político y que ha sido elegida o nombrada para tareas asociadas a organismos, asociaciones o instituciones públicas.

  4. Politico - Wikipedia

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    Si definisce politico o personalità politica sia chi detiene una carica elettiva [senza fonte] negli organismi statali, a livello di governo centrale o ente territoriale, sia gli esponenti degli apparati dei partiti politici con responsabilità di rappresentanza e/o coordinamento (esterni, interni) [non chiaro] e/o gestionali della macchina partitica.

  5. Politico — Wikipédia

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    Politico est un média politique basé à Washington et fondé en 2007 par léditeur Robert Allbritton, par Jim VandeHei et John F. Harris.

    La version papier est diffusée à environ 40 000 exemplaires, distribués gratuitement à Washington D.C et Manhattan. Politico peut éditer jusquà 5 éditions par semaine et publie parfois un numéro par semaine lorsque le Congrès ne siège pas.

    Politico est partenaire de plusieurs diffuseurs d'information qui reprennent ses contenus vidéo, audio ou écrits dont CBS News, les stations ABC d'Allbritton Communications, WJLA et KTUL, la station radio WTOP et Yahoo! News.

    En septembre 2008, le Drudge Report et le New York Times ont annoncé une possible expansion de l'organisation.

    En septembre 2013, Politico a fait lacquisition du site dactualités Capital New York. La version en ligne du magazine a été lancée en novembre 2013. En septembre 2014 Politico a créé une co-entreprise avec le groupe de médias allemand Axel Springer afin de lancer une version européenne de Politico, basée à Bruxelles. En décembre 2014, la co-entreprise a annoncé lacquisition de Selectcom, une holding fondée par Sheherazade Semsar-de Boisséson (en), détentrice de Development Institute International, un des principaux concepteurs français de contenus professionnels par lorganisation de conférences à forte valeur ajoutée, et de European Voice, média de référence des décideurs et législateurs européens, qui deviendra Politico au printemps 2015. Matthew Kaminski (en) est Executive Editor, Europe de Politico1.

    En novembre 2016, le rédacteur en chef de Politico, Michael Hirsh, démissionne après avoir publié sur Facebook l'adresse de la maison du suprématiste blanc Richard B. Spencer2,3.

    En avril 2017, le magazine Politico publie un article censé montrer des liens à long terme entre le président américain Donald Trump, le président russe Vladimir Poutine et l'organisation de sensibilisation juive Chabad-Loubavitch4. L'article a été largement condamné, le chef de l'Anti-Defamation League, Jonathan Greenblatt, écrivant que celui-ci « évoque des mythes séculaires sur les Juifs »5,6,7.

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  6. Politico – Wikipedia

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    Politico ist eine US-amerikanische Zeitung. Sie wurde 2007 in den Vereinigten Staaten gegründet und hat sich dort zu einem der wichtigsten Medien im Washingtoner Politikbetrieb entwickelt. [1] Die Zeitung ist seit 2015 auch an einer europäischen Ausgabe beteiligt.

  7. Politico – Wikipedia, wolna encyklopedia

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    Politico (Politico LLC, wcześniej The Politico) – amerykańskie przedsiębiorstwo mediowe (publicystyka polityczna) z siedzibą w hrabstwie Arlington, w Wirginii, w Stanach Zjednoczonych, którego działalność obejmuje krajową i zagraniczną politykę.

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  9. Mapa político - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

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    Mapa político El mapa político muestra con mayor frecuencia el territorio de estados nacionales soberanos específicos, que están separados por líneas que representan los límites y el espacio interior está pintado con un color distinto para cada uno de ellos (excepto la Antártida, que se utiliza el blanco), por lo que todos los ...

  10. Politico - Media Bias/Fact Check

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    Founded in 2007, by two former Washington Post Journalists, John F. Harris and Jim VandeHei, Politico is a news and opinion website based in Virginia, USA. Currently, John F. Harris is the editor-in-chief of Politico. In 2016, Jim VandeHei left Politico and now is the co-founder and CEO of Axios. Politico describes its vision as Politico strives to be the dominant source for politics and policy in power centers across every continent where access to reliable information, non-partisan journalism and real-time tools creates, informs and engages a global citizenry. It distributes content via the internet, the Politico newspaper, radio, and podcasts. Its coverage in Washington, D.C., includes the U.S. Congress, lobbying, media and the presidency. Politico also has its own bi-monthly magazine that covers politics, news and opinions.

    Funded by / Ownership Robert L. Allbritton is the Publisher and Executive Chairman of Politico. Allbritton is also the owner of Capitol News Company, which owns Politico as well as its sister company, CapNY. Politico has a subscription based service called Politico Pro, launched in 2010 for professionals, such as lobbyists and analysts, which provides policy intelligence coverage on technology, energy and other sectors. Politico.com does not require a subscription and their print newspaper is available for free in locations throughout Washington D.C., however outside of DC and overseas it is subject to a subscription fee. Both the website and print editions feature advertising.

    Both sides of the political spectrum have accused Politico of either having a left or right bias. For example, Media Matters for America, a progressive media watchdog group in Washington, has accused Politico of having a Republican tilt. Politico also published an article criticizing Obama for not being a strong supporter of Israel: Obamas Jewish Problem. In another article Politico states that Liberals are not as tolerant as they say they are: Why Liberals Arent as Tolerant as They Think. Further, here is an article criticizing Democratic Socialism: Down Goes Socialism and another criticizing Bernie Sanders, Bernies army in disarray. Lastly, according to the Poynter Institute, Politico is balanced. The right leaning Daily Caller has also criticized Politico for having a liberal bias when they compared a New York Times headline to Politicos Playbook headline, by claiming that it Extended further to the left than the NYT on this headline.

    In review, Politico occasionally publishes listicles such as All of Trumps Russia Ties, in 7 Charts. They also publish articles with minimally loaded words such as Ocasio-Cortez warns Trump Jr. about subpoena power in response to meme, and they source to credible media outlets such as Reuters and the NY Times. However, they sometimes do use emotional headlines such as this: Establishment looks to crush liberals on Medicare for All.