Network Newsers Celebrate Jeff Rossen’s New Book

By Chris Ariens 

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NBC Newsers, along with some folks from ABC News as well, came out last night to celebrate correspondent Jeff Rossen on the publication of his first book, Rossen to the Rescue

Spotted at the event, at the HGU Hotel in midtown Manhaattan, Today ep Don Nash, Today anchors Al Roker, Dylan Dreyer, Craig Melvin, and Sheinelle Jones. Also, The View co-host Sarah Hines and her husband Max Shifrin (below) with Rossen and his wife Danielle Rossen, who is an ABC News vp and ep of magazine show What Would You Do?

Also here, Dateline senior ep David Corvo, correspondents Andrea Canning, Ayman Mohyeldin, and Ari Melber, NBC News/MSNBC exec Rashida Jones, Today co-ep Tom Mazzarelli, Weekened Today ep Matt Carluccio, WABC anchor Bill Ritter, and FS1 host and former Today show anchor Jenna Wolfe.

Rossen gave one of the quickest book party speeches we’ve ever experience. Around :30 by our count, including: “This is the scariest thing in my entire life. I now know how Danielle feels every single day being married to me. Thank you honey for being so supportive of this. She’s like the star of the book. All of my anecdotes come from here. Thank you very much to everybody. That’s the shortest I’ve ever spoken. You should watch my intros.”