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Happy Birthday to CNN’s Ed Henry. What we know and what we’re reading this Monday morning…
Just a few notes on WaPo salons… Politico takes note of Bob Woodward’s appearance on Charlie Rose– “Sure it was a mistake,” Woodward told Rose. “It’s been acknowledged. The publisher and the editor have kind of — not kind of — it’s a no excuses apology. They’ve tried to explain how it happened and I think they have.”
Ombudsman Andrew Alexander in Sunday’s WaPo– Adapting Ethics Rules to a New World.
How are MSNBC’s newest anchors Dylan Ratigan and Dr. Nancy Snyderman doing so far? Ehh… “To date, both shows have attracted plenty of media attention and generated headlines. But, at the same time, both shows have struggled to attract the young viewers coveted by advertisers.” More from NYO here.
Remember Lindsey Mastis, the local WUSA-9 reporter who was given a hard time by the Real World crews? Well, she got an official apology from an MTV cameraman. Check out the groveling here.
SIRIUS XM Radio’s POTUS channel will commemorate the 40th anniversary of the first moon landing by broadcasting live from the National Air and Space Museum from noon to 3pmET today. POTUS airs on SIRIUS channel 110 and XM channel 130.
A different perspective on the first 100 days of… Bo the dog.
Merriam-Webster has added a definition of the term “earmark” to the latest edition of its dictionary: “A provision in congressional legislation that allocates a specified amount of money for a specific project, program or organization.” (h/t LAT)
Howard Kurtz in today’s WaPo Media Notes: While Sonia Sotomayor’s confirmation hearings drew plenty of coverage last week, the level of media excitement hardly matched that surrounding Mark Sanford’s Argentine affair, Sarah Palin’s Alaskan exit or Michael Jackson’s untimely departure.
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AP: Frank McCourt, the beloved raconteur and former public school teacher who enjoyed post-retirement fame as the author of Angela’s Ashes, the Pulitzer Prize-winning “epic of woe” about his impoverished Irish childhood, died Sunday of cancer. More from NYT and Salon.
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