Not the kind of leftovers that sit in your fridge for five days…these are good.
So, we’re back in NYC, and sort of moved in to TVNewser’s new world headquarters on Park Ave. (we’ve actually joined up with our Jupitermedia colleagues). In the midst of unpacking we came across a few un-posted pictures from our weekend in Washington and new details too.
• One time msnbc.com guest Heidi Montag showing up at Fortune’s table. (I guess that ‘ole print pub has deep enough pockets to fly Montag and boyfriend Spencer Pratt, first class). Insiders tell us it was Pratt’s demands that kept The Hills duo from dining with the .com-ers.
• Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner had heads turning Saturday night at the White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner. (Sorry about the pix, that’s as close as we got.) Ben and Jen were at table 65 and despite the seemingly high number, that was front row seating. TVNewser was at table 35 with several ABC Newsers and the actor Tim Daly. Point of reference: Mitt and Ann Romney were at table 1.
• This weekend we also learned NBCU was recently considering selling their Nebraska Ave. lot and building in Washington, DC which houses the NBC News bureau, MSNBC-DC and WRC. But no deal, everyone stays put.
• Don’t miss Patrick Gavin‘s outstanding coverage on FishbowlDC. He’s got a live vote, video from the Garden Brunch, and more than 200 pictures from before, during and after the dinner, including the one below of Pam Anderson and Washington Times/FNC contributor Bill Sammon.
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Chris and Kathleen Matthews at the Tammy Haddad Garden Party Saturday afternoon.
Hillary Clinton campaign chairman Terry McAuliffe (we didn’t notice if Chris and Terry talked things over).
NBC’s Pete Williams chats up DHS Secretary Michael Chertoff.
Beth Wilkinson, her hubby David Gregory and Tammy Haddad.
• After the brunch TVNewser headed to an afternoon taping of the Newseum program Inside Media. Read the story here. We also spotted an ABC News crew prepping the surprisingly small (or is it cozy?) This Week studio for Sunday’s show.
Part of the Murrow exhibit at the Newseum.
Part of the Bloomberg Internet, TV and Radio exhibit at the Newseum (and yes, the media are listed in that order, newest to oldest).
ABC’s Martha Raddatz and Jane Lute, wife of Lt. Gen. Douglas Lute, one of several military brass at the pre-dinner ABC party.
Mike Jerrick of Fox’s The Morning Show with Mike & Juliet.