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Party Photos: The TVNewser Launch Party in Washington, D.C.

At Lounge 201, August 11, 2004

Posted August 23, 2004

First he was anonymous for his first six months. Then the mysterious CableNewser revealed himself as Brian Stelter. And last month he joined and changed his name to TVNewser. We figured it was time to formally introduce the 18-year-old TV-news obsessive to the world at large. All sorts of cable-news folk turned out for the TVNewser launch party in Washington, and mb editor-in-chief Jesse Oxfeld headed south for the evening to play host. From Brian to Fox News anchors to Newsweek correspodents to the inimitable Wonkette, everyone there had a great time.

Photographs by Laila Al-Qatami.

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TVNewser editor Brian Stelter (in blue) listens as he is introduced by mb editor-in-chief Jesse Oxfeld. blogstress Adele Stan, Wonketteer Ana Marie Cox, and mb editor-in-chief Jesse Oxfeld.

Fox News anchor Brian Wilson, CNBC correspondent Eamon Javers, and The Hotline's Emily Goodin.

Newsweek investigative correspondent Michael Isikoff chats with Washingtonian columnist Harry Jaffe.

USA Today Washington editor Gwen Flanders and her husband, Jim Robinson.

Adele Stan, MSNBC producer Brian Doherty, and Fox News Channel's Vanessa Loftus.

Washington Post Reliable Source assistant Anne Schroeder, Georgetown University's Bruce Hoffman, CNN associate producer Ben Geldon, and CNN's Geoff Dietrich.

CNN associate producer Ben Geldon, CNN's Geoff Dietrich, CNN publicist Alissa Rooney, and congressional staffer Brian Newkirk.

Margolis, Mallios, and Rider, LLP's Grace Sawyer, The Gazette lifestyles editor Rina Rapuano, and the American Library Association communication specialist Bernadette Murphy.

CNN office assistant Shanita Taylor, Community Associations Institute newsletter editor Lisa Gschwandtner, and CNN facilities coordinator Raquel Scott.

American Chemical Society senior web associate Nancy McGuire, American Bus Associations senior writer Beth Wenger, and freelance writer Tara Taghizadeh.

ASIRT's Annette Kornblum and CNN associate producer Ben Geldon.

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