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Woke up this morning, got yourself … near-identical tabloid covers!

NOTE: The Wall Street Journal‘s Washington Wire blog called it “rare tabloid synchronocity.” Umm, actually, not so rare.


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    Times Steals Our TVNewser

    stelter_times_061207.jpgWell, score one for the Gray Lady. Brian Stelter, our TVNewser blog wunderkind, is leaving the friendly confines of the server farm for the New York Times.

    Here’s the Times memo:


    You read about him on the front page of The New York Times last November, in “The Kid With All the News About the TV News.” Now you’ll read him in The New York Times.

    Brian Stelter, the TVNewser blogger, is joining the Times next month as an 8i reporter to cover the media world for and for the paper. He will report to media editor Bruce Headlam, and will work closely with Business Day reporters and with our friends in Culture, including television editor Steve Reddicliffe and reporters Bill Carter, Jacques Steinberg and Ed Wyatt.

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    Media Events: 03.08.07

    media_events_logo_sm.jpgParties, panels and other notable media gatherings

    THURSDAY 03.08.07

    WHAT: “Meet Kurt Andersen”
    WHO: Kurt Andersen
    WHEN: 8:00PM
    WHERE: Fashion Institute of Technology, Katie Murphy Auditorium, Seventh Ave at 27th St.
    WHY YOU SHOULD GO: The New York columnist, co-founder of Spy, host of WNYC’s “Studio 360″ and friend of David Carr is pimping his new novel, Heyday.
    NOTE: $25.

    WHAT: Eat, Drink, & Be Literary
    WHO: Jonathan Franzen
    WHEN: 6:30PM
    WHERE: BAMcafé, 30 Lafayette Ave., Brooklyn
    WHY YOU SHOULD GO: We haven’t heard from The Corrections author in awhile. At BAM, should be intimate, and should sell out.

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    NOTE: “James Brown” has fallen to #13.