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Jimmy Fallon Disses C-SPAN

jimmyfallon.jpg NBC’s late night talk show host Jimmy Fallon spared no time Tuesday night going after C-SPAN. During his “Pros and Cons” segment he said spoke of the network’s high ratings Sunday night from passage of the House health care reform bill.

Pro: C-SPAN earned its highest ratings in 10 years.

Con: 12 people watched.

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Jimmy Fallon’s C-SPAN Joke

NBC’s Late Night Host Jimmy Fallon gets political. It’s at 3:05.

“If you want to get the sensation of watching 23 years of C-SPAN, just watch two minutes of C-SPAN,” Fallon said.

Firecrackers, BBQ and Journos: 4th Of July At The White House

By now you may have seen the report on Gawker that some of the White House press corps celebrated the 4th of July with President Obama on the South Lawn. Gawker dishes that reporters from NYT, WaPo, Time, Newsweek, ABC, NBC, CBS, Politico and more were invited by the White House, but with certain stipulations…

“You are being invited to attend this event as a guest. Blogging, Twittering or otherwise reporting on this event is not permitted. If you feel that you cannot agree to abide by these ground rules, please don’t claim a ticket.”

The night was technically closed to the press and covered by a pool reporter, Baltimore Sun‘s Paul West. Politico‘s Mike Allen caught some heat for including the pool report in his Playbook, but not mentioning that he was actually there. Gawker heard tickets opened up last minute and the WH staff thought it’d be nice to invite the press corps.

There were about 1,500 people there, including military and veteran families, and the Foo Fighters and Jimmy Fallon performed, before a fireworks show.

So two questions come to mind- is there any problem with this? And would you go if you were an invited member of the WH press corps?

You’re a member of the White House press corps, would you accept the invitation under those stipulations?(poll)

Is there anything wrong with accepting this invitation?(poll)

NPR Leads Webby Winners With Seven Awards

This morning the winners of the 2009 Webby Awards were announced and NPR racked up seven awards, including wins for music division, mobile news and podcasts.

Other winners include NYT for Best Copy/Writing, Best Practices and video awards for “Pogue’s Posts” and “The Frugal Traveler: Budget Europe.” HuffPost wins best political site. NBC.com wins for best Variety video for Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. They also won for best full episode player. And the BBC’s Website beat out Salon.com, msnbc.com’s Spectra Visual Newsreader, The Daily Beast and HuffPost for best News site.

Fallon is also 2009′s Person of the Year, and Sarah Silverman and Seth MacFarlane also win individual awards. And Twitter won “breakout of the year.” Check out the complete list here.

The Webbys will be presented June 8 in New York City during a ceremony hosted by SNL’s Seth Meyers. (h/t WebNewser)