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At 8:12 p.m. last night, NBC’s Luke Russert once again (this would be approximately 39 reminders) that his “Dateline” special was on msnbc.com. He wrote, “Bored with your TV choices right now? Check out #Conviction on your tablet or computer: on.msnbc.com/pwMWng #NYC”

More Whitney Houston fallout

“Someone on my floor is doing a serious Whitney Houston tribute. I stand ready to do the same for Bobby Brown.” — Reuters campaign reporter Sam Youngman. As one follower put it to him, “That’s your prerogative.”

Christiane’s questionable fashion choice

“In retaliation for losing her Sunday morning gig, Christiane Amanpour tortures @ABCWorldNews viewers w the ugliest shirt ever.” — Publicist and former ABC “This Week” Producer Courtney Cohen. Cohen explained to FishbowlDC last night, “It was a collared oxford cut with a pattern that wanted to be Pucci but wasn’t Pucci. It was purple and blue psychedelic swirls. Thank you for putting that vision back in my head!”

Which female radio personality wore the zebra pants at CPAC? We posed the question to you yesterday. Indeed, as many of you guessed, it was Big Journalism Editor and CNN Contributor Dana Loesch.

Wake-up call

“You know when Oprah has to apologize for a Tweet that public figures/journalists REALLY need to watch themselves on social media.” — Claritza Jimenez, a program officer at the International Center for Journalists. During the Grammy’s Oprah urged viewers to turn on the OWN network, especially those with Nielsen boxes. Neilsen wasn’t pleased. She removed the tweets and issued this apology: “I removed the tweet at the request of Nielsen. I intended no harm and apologize.”

Peter Ogburn contributed to this report.

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Quotes of the Day


Fairchild gives Capehart a shout-out

“RT @morgfair: @CapehartJ Big fan, Jonathan. Watch you all the time|| Thanks, Ms.Fairchild. #winning” — An exchange between actress Morgan Fairchild and WaPo‘s Jonathan Capehart.

In the spirit of keeping things real…“Can’t deal with auto correct on my phone anymore. Close to nervous breakdown.” –  Claritza Jimenez, Program Officer at the International Center for Journalists. Ms. Jimenez, please meet your soulmate, ABC7′s Stephen Tschida.

Success: Washington style

“@joshtpm You’ve arrived.” — Gawker Political Editor Jim Newell to TPM Editor-in-Chief Josh Marshall upon hearing the news this weekend that TPM had been hacked.

Inexplicably, Ed Henry sucks up to his employer

#1: “V.compelling 9/11 special on #foxnews right now — heart-breaking, yet you can’t turn away.” — FNC’s Ed Henry in a series of weekend tweets. #2: “@Larry_Kelly so you’ve noticed that people at Fox tend to stay there a long time? Great place to work.” #3: “@Greg_Hanna Loving every minute at #foxnews, thanks for writing.”

Buttry tries to save his identity

“Finally updated my about.me page: [see here] Wonder how many other places still have me working at TBD, the Gaz, API or others.” — Journal Register Co’s Steve Buttry, former Community Engagement Director at TBD.

Setting the record straight

“Our account is secure and under control. Apologize for the scare. We value your trust.” — NBC News after getting hacked this weekend in the worst of ways. As most everyone knows, someone hacked into the network’s Twitter account Friday and declared new terrorist attacks.

Better safe than sorry

“One worker might have caused SoCal blackout by pulling wrong plug. So our engineers keep me away from recording technology.” — NPR’s Scott Simon.