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Who Are Your Favorite Fake Journos?

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Steve Weinberg in Editor and Publisher asks today where is the Moby Dick of newspaper novels? FishbowlNY wants to know: Who are your favorite fictitious journos? You can chose from novels, television or the big screen. Is this a character who influenced you?

Is it Tom Bradford, the fictitious journalist of The Sacramento Register on that significant 70s artifact, Eight Is Enough? Is it the mysterious, glamorous Brenda Starr, Reporter?

Is it indefatigable tabloid reporter Jack McGee in The Incredible Hulk, pursuing, endlessly, the mother-of-all scoops. Is it DirtNow’s workaholic editor Lucy Spiller?

Is it Lou Grant, the fictional editor of the Los Angeles Tribune?

Send us your vote in 50 words or less to: fishbowlNy@mediabistro.com

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