You're invited (if you're lucky) to dinner with Anna, Sarah Jessica and Barack
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Want to land the "two best seats in the house" at Anna Wintour and Sarah Jessica Parker's upcoming Obama fund-raiser in New York?
In a video released by the campaign this morning, the Vogue editor encourages viewers to enter to win an all-expenses-paid trip to the June 14 "Dinner With Barack" event she's cohosting with the "Sex and the City" star. (Hat tip to The Hill for pointing us here.)
"Sarah and I both have our own reasons for supporting president Obama, and we want to hear yours," says Wintour. "So please join us."
Wintour is one of Obama's biggest boosters in the celebrity and fashion worlds. She last hosted a fund-raiser for the president in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District back in February, an event on which she collaborated with Scarlett Johansson.
Look closely for a close-up of her silk scarf, printed with an Obama campaign logo among the paisley. You can watch below:
In other news...
Roger Ailes and his wife have a newspaper war on their hands upstate. [Daily Intel]
News Corp. could face 500 phone-hacking claims. [The Wall Street Journal]
The New York Times and The Washington Post fired back on Politico's hit piece claiming liberal bias and soft treatment on Obama. [The Huffington Post]
Some reshuffling at Gawker around its new commenting system. [The New York Observer]
Times-Picayune staff memo: "After the changes we announced take effect in the fall, we will have a smaller staff. However, our reporting arm will be at least comparable to what it is now." [Jim Romenesko]
The Fox News producer behind the Obama attack video has lost his job offer from CNN. [NYT/Media Decoder]
Turner Broadcasting's C.E.O. thinks CNN's primetime slate can be doing a lot better. [Broadcasting & Cable]
Michael Bloomberg reads eight newspapers every day and prefers print magazines to iPad editions. [Venture Beat]
Why Bloomberg can't/shouldn't save The New York Times. [Investor Place]
The Times is now on Hulu. [Nieman Journalism Lab]
Millenials are reading more magazines. [Adweek]