When it debuted almost two years ago, Fox News Channel’s “The Five” was billed as a temporary replacement for Glenn Beck‘s program. Today, the show celebrates its 500th episode and now ranks as FNC’s second most-watched program. Last month it had a 12-day hot streak as the #1 program in all of cable at 5pm. Last week, MediabistroTV spent some time with all 7 members of the “The Five.” In this first of two MediabistroTV videos Bob Beckel, Eric Bolling, Kimberly Guilfoyle, Greg Gutfeld, Dana Perino, Andrea Tantaros and Juan Williams reflect on the best moments from the first 500.
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A concerted effort to expand your horizons and foster positive familial relations by bringing you highlights from the company’s other Fishbowls and other blogs.
FishbowlNY: Happy Birthday to NYT media scribe David Carr‘s twin daughters who turn 25 today. The site resurrects a raw essay by Carr from 2008 in which he candidly discusses the girls and his former drug addiction.
FishbowlLA: Ian Zering and the Chippendales? FishbowlLA brings us this dollop of joy about the former “Beverly Hills: 90210″ star who this summer will host the “Chippendales Revue” in Vegas. Let’s hope he’s not fat for it, as TMZ recently charged. Read here.
TVNewser: Is there enough coverage of Kermit the abortion provider? We’re not sure, but there appears to be enough coverage of the lack of coverage on Dr. Kermit Gosnell. Nonetheless, our sister site brings us the news that FNC host Kimberly Guilfoyle will be in the courtroom this afternoon and will report back to “The Five.” Kermit the frog can’t be happy about any of this.
Not all awards are meant for resumés.
Some Washington journalists are among those getting recognized for being sexist in their political coverage. Name It. Change It., a non-partisan project of She Should Run, Women’s Media Center, and Political Parity that aims to combat what they call “widespread” sexism in the media, began publicly informing winners this morning on Twitter.
Among the award winners: HuffPost Social Media Editor Ethan Klapper for an allegedly sexist slideshow; HuffPost Style fashion writers Lauren Rothman and Christina Wilkie for what the organization deems as sexist fashion reporting; and FNC “The Five’s” Greg Gutfeld and Kimberly Guilfoyle for referring to Florida Democratic Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz as “frizzilla.” Guilfoyle remarked, “I gave up perms a long time ago.”
We reached out to HuffPost for reaction. Klapper had no comment and referred me to HuffPost Publicist Rhoades Alderson. The others did not immediately respond to our request. UPDATE: See a comment from Alderson after the jump…
Name It. Change It. gave HuffPost their Award For Creating Sexist Standards For Women in Politics… Read more