Next Thursday evening, June 16, Gawker is hosting a screening of Page One, Andrew Rossi's new documentary chronicling a year in the life of the New York Times media desk, on our roof deck. And we have an extra pair of tickets, just for you!
Yes, we're giving away a pair of tickets to one lucky reader who really knows the newspaper industry. Someone who knows it so well that they can come up with a tabloid-style headline about this very event. Something like "Liberal Rag Hosted By Blogging Hags" or "Paper's Killer Becomes Paper's Shiller." You know, something zippy like that. Just leave one—or many!—in the comments below and we'll then choose our favorite and award the winner a pair of tickets to the screening and talk-back, which will feature director/producer Andrew Rossi, the film's ostensible star David Carr, and Gizmodo's Brian Lam, among others. Please make sure that your commenter account is connected to an email address you regularly check, as that's how we'll be contacting the winner.
All entries must be submitted by noon tomorrow (Friday, 7/10) and, as always, standard contest rules apply. Happy headlining!