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2007 Hottest Media Types Finalists: Male, Off Air

hottestmedia.gifAfter the jump, check out your finalists for Hottest Media Types, Male, Off Air…


Charlie Hurt, NY Post (“Something……happened to nerdy Charlie Hurt when he got hired by the NY Post. He lost the glasses, he’s dressing better, the hair is smaller. He’s still weird. But now… full of confidence and….musk.”)


Clinton Yates, Express


Ezra Klein, The American Prospect/ (“Did not know they made policy wonks that cute.”)


Patrick Healy, The New York Times


Jim VandeHei, The Politico (“There’s never been a good photo taken of him, which is surely the only reason he never made the finals in past years, but he is probably the most straight-up handsome man in D.C. journalism.”)


Zach Patton, Governing magazine


Mark Mazzetti, The New York Times


Matt Stuart, 2008 Campaign Off-Air Reporter/ABC News “Nightline” (“The office Jim Halpert, without a Pam to call his own.”).


Carl Hulse, New York Times


Mark Leibovich, New York Times (“Conventionally handsome? No. Hot? Yes. And he’s one of those men that other guys develop man-crushes on”)


Greg Grant, Executive Mag, Atlantic Media Defense Reporter (“He’s writes on military affairs and has been embedded with US troops in Afghanistan and Iraq. Before becoming a reporter he ran his own outdoor adventure and mountain guiding company. Great guy. He’s damn smart and a looker too!”)


Kriston Capps,, various art blogs, Express contributor, Washington City Paper. (“hes not bearded anymore but i don’t know anyone else who can pull that look off without looking like a total douche. he wears it well. plus you guys never feature hipster types so you should pick him!”)


Chris Cillizza, (“Chris Cillizza, Chris Cillizza, Chris Cillizza!! Dreamy…”)


Jeremy Bronson, “Hardball”


Jeff Zeleny, New York Times (“also hot”)


Jonathan Ward, Washington Times (“Talk about tall dark and handsome … and that complexion. And damn does he look good in a suit!!!!!”)


Michael Crittenden, CQ


Chris Carter, CNN

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