Obama's communications chief gets 'enforcer' label

Gibbs helps Obama with communications; factory worker's photo in iPhone goes viral; MLB promotes blogging in campaign; and more.

Robert Gibbs, Barack Obama's communication chief, "has won... the label of 'the enforcer'," according to a profile in today's Wall Street Journal.

Gibbs carries out various media relations and messaging duties on Obama's behalf, as well as ensures that Obama stays upbeat, the Wall Street Journal reports. Gibbs served as Obama's communications chief during his senate run in 2004, and assumed the same role for the presidential campaign.


Blogging will be one of the central themes in Major League Baseball's playoff marketing campaign.

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Web sites are becoming more popular as consumers continue to demand news on the go.

In an effort to boost the economy of Sarasota, FL, city officials are lobbying the Boston Red Sox to move its spring training location to Sarasota, from Fort Meyers.

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