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Lauren Graham, Karen Kang, & Bill Carter Get Booked

Here are some literary events to pencil in your calendar. To get your event posted on our calendar, visit our Facebook Your Literary Event page. Please post your event at least one week prior to its date.

The Moth will be hosting a StorySLAM event focusing on the topic of “Mystery.” Mark your calendar for Tuesday, April 30th at Martyrs starting 6:00 p.m. (Chicago, IL)

Author Karen Kang will headline an event for her book, Branding Pays: The Five-Step System to Reinvent Your Personal Brand. Check it out on Wednesday, May 1st at Books, Inc. starting 6:30 p.m. (Mountain View, CA)

Actress Lauren Graham and writer Anna Quindlen will be talking about the new novel, Someday, Somday, Maybe. Hear them on Thursday, May 2nd at Barnes & Noble (Union Square branch) starting 7:00 p.m. (New York, NY)

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Media Beat: Brian Stelter’s Choice, Work in TV News or Cover It

How did an 18-year-old college student in Maryland gain the trust of and get access to TV executives and anchors in New York? “By posting 10 or 15 posts a day meant that the industry knew it was a reliable consistent source,” says Brian Stelter, creator of our sister site TVNewser and now a media reporter for the New York Times and author of the just released book “Top of the Morning.”

As he neared graduation, Stelter had to make a choice: work in TV news, or cover it.

Media Beat: Brian Stelter on Being Matt Lauer’s Nemesis

Brian Stelter, who launched TVNewser almost 10 years ago, is now a published author. “Top of the Morning,” out today, lays bare a tumultuous year for network morning news shows which saw one anchor pack her bags, another face a serious health issue, a ratings leader fall — and lose a quarter of its audience — and an entirely new show launch.

In his first interview for the book, Stelter tells us about the secrecy behind “Top of the Morning,” the access he got, and what he thinks about being called Matt Lauer‘s nemesis.

  • Part II, tomorrow: What happens when Brian Stelter Tweets something he shouldn’t?

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