Something Here Is Not Like the Other: Jersey Shore...
Deena got a head transplant…
OOOH! Look Who's Getting Her Own Show Again...
Word on the Media Street is that Joy Behar is getting her own show on Al Gore’s Current TV. It’s going to be announced as soon as tomorrow. She left HLN last year (with decent ratings) after she was told by execs to do all crime all the time - and didn’t feel as if she could do the show she wanted. Now if only I could find Current on my clicker…
So that is the LAST time I post anything on a sunny Saturday after a bottle or three of Rose.. for chrissakes - Anderson Coopers PR person has emailed to ask “That photo you posted that appears to be Anderson is a fake. Below is the original, posted on Gawker. Can I ask you to at least say it’s a photoshopped picture?” well. here you go. Then he emailed to say: And has been...
Journalists used to be powerful. But now there are so many 25-year-old bloggers,...– Sally Quinn on the end of power in Washington. (via peterfeld)
Joyce Banda - This Woman Kicks Ass
Joyce Banda is the president of Malawi. Unlike other presidents (not just in Africa), she’s actually instituting change - kicking ass and taking names. In the few short months shes been President she: 1. repealed the anti-homosexual laws 2. Sold off $10 million worth of cars used by the former president and his posse. 3. refused to host the president of the Sudan, wanted by the ICC for...
The minimum wage would have to be $10 to give... →
think-progress: Right now, it’s at $7.25, which a group of House Democrats are looking to change.
Media Rumor Round Up
1. Jeff Zucker seems to be up for a lot of jobs these days (not to mention putting himself out in the media for interviews on Conan, etc). Source: Jeff Zucker? Is the Zuck not happy with Katie or ABC? (you know you’ve heard those rumors too!) 2. Ann Curry nowhere to be found in Today show Jubilee coverage - they bring back Meredith Viera to host - and rumors of Curry being...
I say to the women out there in America, let’s keep this fight going. Put on...– Sen. Barbara Mikulski (D-MD) took to the Senate floor for a passionate speech after Republicans blocked the Paycheck Fairness Act. (via think-progress) IM IN