Look out Joanna Coles, President Obama’s right and left hand former Deputy Chief of Staff and newlywed Alyssa Mastromonaco, is Marie Claire’s newest contributor. Another step in the march of all media to Washington for insider information and new media plays. Look for Madam Secretary from CBS this fall. Tea Leoni plays a Secretary of State.
White House advisers: Jon Favreau, Ben Rhodes, Cody Keenan, Alyssa Mastromonaco, David Axelrod and Dan Pfeiffer
White House Correspondents and the C-SPAN audience enjoyed Jay Carney’s last White House briefing before he re-enters the private sector.
Mr. Carney has options from network TV news divisions to cablers and websites. The top pr firms have been circling him for a while. With unlimited options Carney will definitely be the manager for son Hugo’s band.
Greta Van Susteren won twice this week, first she was named one of Forbes most powerful women, and today with the announcement that she won the booking sweepstakes for an interview with former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
Van Susteren finally got a shout out for delivering the number 1 show at 10pm for 10 years against Anderson Cooper who had inches of ink on his various reporting exploits but never tipping the ratings scales in his direction.
Look for her interview with Fox anchor Bret Baier on day two of Clinton’s book tour which begins on Monday, June 9th.
On Thursday, May 15, 2014, an event was held to celebrate the publication of Arianna Huffington’s book, “Thrive” at The Jefferson in Washington, DC. The event was hosted by Constance Milstein, Gail MacKinnon, and Rachel Pearson, and featured guest speaker, U.S. Senator Al Franken.