What 'Girls' Star and PR Phenom Audrey Gelman Is Reading Right Now

Whether you know her as Audrey Gelman, senior vice president at SKDKnickerbocker in New York, or as Girls star, one thing you should know about Gelman is that she's always connected—here's a look at how she spends her day online.

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6:45 A.M.

The New York Post & New York Daily News

New York is still a city where the news of the day is driven by its tabloid papers.


I catch up on any news I missed during the night on Twitter, especially from @BuzzFeedAndrew, @maggiepolitico, @AshleyRParker, @KateAurthur, @Olivianuzzi, @ZekeJMiller, and @errollouis.

Capital Playbook/POLITICO

Two can't-miss political digests that will teach you how to talk about everything from the #cromnibus spending bill to Bridgegate like a pro.

10 A.M.

The Shade Room

The urban gossip site is revolutionary in its use of Instagram as a news-breaking medium. With the most painstaking methods I've seen, they track celebrity gossip and find stories buried in thousands of comments. Best investigative journalists in America?


Exact same weird-cat vs. hard-news ratio as my brain, communicated in a voice eerily close to my truest self.

4 P.M.

Now with Alex Wagner

I watch this MSNBC show for my afternoon politics fix.


The local news channel, with its never-changing throwback graphics, is my eternal happy place.

@LeeRadziwill's Twitter

I can't guarantee this account is actually run by 82-year-old socialite Lee Radziwill, but who cares! It's Absolutely Fabulous meets Camelot full of #lifelessons like: "#Miami, a sunny place for shady people."


Reliable Sources

Since Brian Stelter joined CNN, this media-analysis show has been the Sunday TV I most look forward to watching.

This article appears in the March issue of Marie Claire, on newsstands now.

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