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Hot 97′s Miss Info Among New York Observer Top 50 Media Bachelorettes

As we reported earlier in the week, The New York Observer has compiled a list of the 50 most eligible bachelorettes in media. 

Hot 97/WQHT’s Miss Info (a.k.a. Minya Oh). who hosts the Celebrity Drama Report, made the list.

“Not only is Miss Info the definitive source of celebrity news on-air for New Yorkers, she’s also a [trailblazer] in social media,” commented Lin Dai, VP of digital programming for Hot 97, “Over half a million people tune in to her monthly online to learn the latest in the world of celebrity and entertainment. We are extremely excited for her to receive such a prestigious recognition.”

To make the survey, the women must be held in specific regard within the media world, where Miss Info has continuously made her mark by spreading celebrity info & news on WQHT.

The one-time editor is also spreads news as a hip hop blogger.

Other “power bachelorettes” after the jump

  • Jamie Shupak, morning traffic reporter for NY1–  In describing Shupak, the Observer calls her “painfully cute,” and “utterly charming.”
  • Dana Goldstein, reporter for Newsweek/The Daily Beast– The Observer says of Goldstein, “we like her stuff, she’s kinda brilliant, and we think she’s cute.”
  • Jenna Wortham, technology reporter for The New York Times—The magazine says, “Girl Crush, indeed. How can you not?”
  • Jen Doll, staff writer at the Village Voice–The Observer put it this way in describing Doll, “No list of bachelorettes—no less the media-minded ones—would be remotely legitimate without the inclusion of Ms. Doll.”
  • Jessi Hempel, senior editor at Fortune–The Observer writes, “The accomplished Ms. Hempel may mean business during the day… but after hours we hear she’s sweet as a pea.
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