Late Night Shots

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Late Night Shots
Commercial? Yes
Type of site Social Networking
Registration Invite Only
Owner LNS Media

Late Night Shots is an exclusive, invite-only social networking website based in Washington DC. The site was created by Reed Landry and Neel Patel in 2006 and currently boasts over 20,000 members.[1] Its features include a series of message board, member profile pages and a "Spotter" through which members are encouraged to report spotting other members at various DC hot spots. Although Late Night Shots remains focused on Washington DC, other sites have been created for Charlottesville, New York City, Atlanta, Los Angeles, Charlotte and Dallas.



In July 2007 the Washington City Paper published an expose about Late Night Shots and the associated scene.[2] Late Night Shots members reacted angrily in a series of comments on the Washington City Paper website, calling into question writer Angela Valdez's journalistic integrity and credentials. The accuracy of the City Paper article remains in dispute. Valdez later left the Washington City Paper amid its chapter 11 bankruptcy filing in October, 2008.

Founder Reed Landry has faced extremely harsh criticism regarding the organization of the LNS New Years Eve party at the [National Building Museum]. [1]


In September 2008 filming for a reality show based on Georgetown's elite social scene called Blonde Charity Mafia began.[3] The show is stated to air on the CW on July 7, 2009 with an order of 6 episodes spanning 5 weeks. Casting calls for show characters were open only to Late Night Shots members.[4], and was narrowed down to Katherine Kennedy, Krista Johnson, and Sophie Pyle. Late Night Shots will be prominently featured on BCM.[citation needed]


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