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TV Journos Descend on Kardashian Wedding

As we noted last week, Saturday was the wedding of reality TV star Kim Kardashian and NBA player Kris Humphries, and plenty of TV news personalities ventured to Montecito to attend.

From Fox News, Greta Van Susteren was a guest, along with ABC “Good Morning America” lifestyle anchor Lara Spencer and “Today” fourth hour co-anchor Kathie Lee Gifford. As The Hollywood Reporter‘s Kimberly Nordyke notes, CBS News and CNN had crews on-site filing reports, though they were not allowed inside the wedding. Update: CBS says that a local affiliate was there, but not a national news crew.

E! had the exclusive video rights to the wedding, which will air as a pair of two-hour specials in October. NBC’s “Today,” which like E! is owned by Comcast, got the first video to come out of the wedding courtesy of its sister network:

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Greta Van Susteren to attend Kim Kardashian – Kris Humphries Wedding

FishbowlDC reports FNC host Greta Van Susteren and her husband John Coale will be guests at Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries‘ $10 million wedding extravaganza in Montecito, CA tomorrow. Kardashian was Van Susteren’s guest at last year’s White House Correspondents Association weekend festivities. Shown above, at Tammy Haddad‘s backyard brunch May 1, 2010.

MSG Varsity Takes Home Six NY Emmy Awards

MSG Varsity won six New York Emmy Awards Sunday night at the annual New York Emmy Awards Ceremony at The Marriott Marquis Times Square in New York City.

Cablevision’s 24/7 HD television network devoted to all things high school received 32 nominations in its first year of eligibility for Emmy consideration.

“I am thrilled for our entire MSG Varsity team, and just as happy for the students and schools throughout the tri-state area who’ve both allowed us and helped us tell their stories,” said Theresa Chillianis, General Manager, MSG Varsity. “There are so many talented, driven and fascinating students in our area with stories that deserve to be heard and seen, and this recognition by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences is as much about them as it is about our efforts to provide them a spotlight.” Read more