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mediabistro Bloggers Considered for Reality Show

First we hear Steve might be going to Costa Rica later this month to cover the “I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here” finale for WebNewser and now the Washington Examiner reports FishbowlDC‘s Christine Delargy and Matt Dornic may be the subject of a reality show on Bravo.

Under the working title “Inside Washington,” producers have filmed try-out reels twice with a group of twentysomethings, including Washington Life editor Christina Wilkie; Fishbowl D.C.’s Matt Dornic and Christine Delargy; Project Beltway blogger Rachel Cothran; Politico’s Patrick Gavin; Mix 107.3′s Tommy McFly; former “Survivor” contestant Becky Lee; and the Washington Times’ Liz Glover.

Steve_6.3.bmpBy the way, Steve made it to Round 2 in the “Im a Blogger Get Me Out of Here” deal.

Click here to see the Offal-tastic video he created, and vote him on to Round 3.

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RTNDF Awards in D.C. Brings Out Journalists and More

gibson_3-13.jpgThe 19th annual First Amendment Awards Dinner, hosted by RTNDF, took place last night in Washington, D.C., and FishbowlDC’s Christine Delargy writes about the crowd — from former White House press secretary Dana Perino to CBS’ Lara Logan — and event.

Delargy highlights the “comedy act” brought by ABC’s Charlie Gibson and Sam Donaldson to present an award to Cokie Roberts.

In accepting the award last night, Roberts turned the lens on her hometown of New Orleans, saying news coverage there, and in many other locales, exacerbates racial tension: “[T]here’s a big difference between a couple of thoughtful people trying to get to some solution and a shoutfest where the shouter is seeking attention and the broadcaster is hoping for ratings.”

The other winners included CNN’s Susan Grant and Google’s Eric Schmidt. Click here to see pictures from the event.

More: Politico’s Patrick Gavin also attended the awards ceremony, and talked to emcee Chris Matthews and Donaldson about their favorite current White House correspondents and more. Video is after the jump…

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The Ticker: NBC, FNC, ABC…

> Once the numbers were officially tallied, Sunday night’s Super Bowl was in fact the most-viewed Super Bowl ever, with an average of 98.7 million viewers. Nielsen also estimated 151.6 million viewers watched some of the game, meaning it was the most-viewed TV program ever in the U.S.

> FishbowlDC writes about a party last weekend for new Special Report anchor Bret Baier. “Fox News’ Brit Hume and Major Garrett and MSNBC’s Norah O’Donnell were in attendance,” writes new FBDC editor Christine Delargy.

> Good Morning America’s Sam Champion kicks off a three-day series of trash and the environment tomorrow. He reports on garbage in the ocean, landfills and a man who saved all his trash for an entire year.