Good, rainy morning Washington! C-Bass is kickin’ it in the Caribbean this week so you’re stuck with me.
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Greta Van Susteren responds to criticism regarding her husband’s affiliation w/ Gov. Sarah Palin and being portrayed as a spokeswoman for Palin and her husband, Todd.
Twitter has teamed up with Reveille Productions and Brillstein Entertainment Partners to develop an unscripted TV series. The plan is to “harness Twitter to put players on the trail of celebrities in an interactive, competitive format.”
The Washington Post helped shape the history of the U.S. with its reporting on the Watergate break-in. Now, a memoir says The New York Times had the story earlier but let it slip away.
TNR reviews the new Newsweek: blah blah newsmag remake blah blah.
Commentary says almost no hope for Meacham or Newsweek.
The Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights is holding their annual journalism and book awards at GW this Thursday, May 28 at 6pm in GW’s Jack Morton Auditorium. The awards honor outstanding reporting on issues including human rights, social justice and the power of individual action in the United States and around the world.
HAT TIP: Daniel Lippman
- Public Memorial Service Planned for DC's Mayor-For-Life, Marion Barry, Jr.
- NYT Scoops Up Former NPR Exec Kinsey Wilson
- Brian Weiss Leaves WaPo to Join The Justice Network
- What's on a Former President's Bucket List? Bill Clinton Dishes to Mike Allen