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Wanna work for Rosie?

by Bob Sassone, posted Dec 8th 2006 1:02PM

RosieRosie O'Donnell is looking for help!

Someone sent Gawker an e-mail about openings that The View host has in her production company. There are several positions available:

1. a green but very smart overall assistant with room to grow
2. post cooridinators
3. AP/PM types

The e-mail also says that Rosie's production company "is not a place of employment for the faint hearted. It's intense and serious. But if you have eager, thick-skinned friends..."

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Nobody's watching Tabloid Wars, so they're moving it

by Bob Sassone, posted Aug 16th 2006 10:33AM

New York Daily NewsThe Bravo reality show Tabloid Wars hasn't been doing too stellar in the Mondays at 9pm time slot, so the network is moving the show to 7pm for the final few episodes.

I haven't seen one minute of this show, which is surprising to me, since if there's one reality show I thought I'd be interested in would be one that centered around news or journalism. But I think the overdose of reality shows we experience in general might make viewers not want to watch even the shows they might really like.

This guy, however, live blogs the episodes.

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Tucker Carlson: on the way out at MSNBC?

by Bob Sassone, posted May 11th 2006 2:02PM
Tucker CarlsonTucker Carlson's show is one show I never hear anyone talking about. It used to be on earlier in the evening on MSNBC, but then it got pushed back to 11pm. It's not doing too well in the ratings, and according to some guy in line at the movies the other night, it might not survive the 11pm slot.

And I would guess that if it doesn't survive that slot, it will probably be canceled all together. And then we'll see Carlson show up on another MSNBC show, or we'll find him back on CNN or on FOX News.

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Lindsay Lohan does not take drugs

by Bob Sassone, posted May 8th 2006 5:15PM
Matt LauerLohan appeared on The Today Show this morning to promote her latest film, and it looks like Matt Lauer's questions didn't make her too happy. (Oh well, at least she didn't tell him "Matt, Matt ... you're glib ...").

I didn't see it this morning, and, unfortunately, I can't see it now. MSNBC's site insists that you have Internet Explorer and download their software. But Gawker has the details.

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