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National News: Religion News Service, a secular news service devoted to unbiased coverage of religion and ethics, adds a correspondent covering Judaism and Islam. Holly
Lebowitz Rossi can be reached at 202/463-8777. Business/Financial: launches a video network,, with
Tara Murphy, former staff writer, as anchor. Email ... Peter Murphy, senior editor of personal technology for Fortune,
now writes a Web-exclusive column called Peter Lewis on Technology. The column appears three times a week and focuses on technology products, gadgets and news. Email ... The following Dow Jones reporters change their beats: Shaheen Pasha now covers the stock market and provides
technical analysis in a column called Technically Speaking. Christina Cheddar has switched from energy and chemicals to consumer products. She covers P&G, Coca-Cola and other
major manufacturers. David Bogoslaw takes over the chemicals beat from Cheddar. Maxwell Murphy now covers company risks, a new beat. He considers risk profiles of companies and
explains what they mean for investors. A new personal finance team now writes Getting Personal, aimed at professional investors (though they also cover items of interest to
individual investors). That team is led by Jane Kim and includes Kaja Whitehouse and Kathy Chu. Reach all Dow Jones reporters at ... Maryland Public Television names Karen Gibbs co-host of "Wall Street Week." The program will
debut with a new format and new anchors on June 28. For more information, call 410/581-4185. Healthcare: Jeff Smokler joins Provider as senior editor, health policy, to replace
Nathan Childs, who left to become director of legislative affairs with AHCA. Smokler will cover Medicare, Medicaid, seniors' issues and long-term care. Email Technology: Terry Kirkpatrick's title at CIO Insight changes from contributing editor to deputy editor. He writes about
trends in enterprise IT. Email (Media Moves provided by LexisNexis Hot Media News,, 908/464-6800 ext. 2280)