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Jill Abramson/Steve Brill Start-up Might Include HuffPost

The news startup from Jill Abramson and Steve Brill might have a Huffington Post connection. According to The New York Times, Abramson and Brill have discussed a potential deal with Arianna Huffington and AOL CEO Tim Armstrong, in which...Show More Summary

Nitasha Tiku Jumps to The Verge

Holy Silicon Valley! Just a month after stepping into Sam Biddle‘s Valleywag shoes at Gawker, Nitasha Tiku has bolted to The Verge. From Business Insider senior correspondent Alyson Shontell‘s report; Tiku, who recently relocated from...Show More Summary

Cover Battle: Fast Company or The Atlantic

Welcome back to another edition of FishbowlNY’s Cover Battle. This week we have Fast Company going up against The Atlantic. Fast Company’s latest issue features a lot of pink and Diplo, a man who is most famous for caring way too much about Taylor Swift’s butt. Hey, we all have to start somewhere, right? (more…) New Career Opportunities Daily: The best jobs in media.

Rich Mirman: Newspaper Publisher and Paperboy

Usually, it goes in the other direction. A young man or woman starts delivering newspapers as a teenager and then, many years later, can point to having ascended through the ranks of the publication to EIC or publisher. But the Orange County Register, thanks to the actions of Aaron Kusher, is no ordinary newspaper. Show More Summary

Hearst Names Digital Creative Director

Hearst has named Nick Neubeck creative director of editorial for Hearst Magazines Digital Media (HMDM). In this new role at HMDM, Neubeck will oversee the creative teams of every Hearst Magazine website. Neubeck comes to Hearst from Gilt Groupe, where he served as senior art director since 2011. Show More Summary

Voting Opens for Time’s Person of The Year

It’s that time of the year again. You can now vote on Time’s Person of The Year poll, which includes people such as Hillary Clinton, Ted Cruz, John Oliver, Jennifer Lawrence, Ebola doctors and nurses, and Elizabeth Warren. This isn’t...Show More Summary

Bill Cosby Pushes AP Reporter to Exclude Rape Questions

Bill Cosby’s strategy to just keep quiet about the seemingly never-ending rape allegations is not working. People want him to talk about these horrible claims, even though we all know what he’s going to say. Cosby must think his tactic...Show More Summary

Slate Promotes Anthony DeMaio to Publisher

Slate has promoted Anthony DeMaio to publisher. DeMaio — who has been with Slate since 2012 — previously served as vice president of national sales and associate publisher. DeMaio joined Slate from The Washington Post, where he served...Show More Summary

Morning Media Newsfeed: NBC Cancels Cosby Project | Today Firings Rumor ‘Wrong — Period’

Click here to receive Mediabistro’s Morning Media Newsfeed via email. Cosby’s New NBC Show Is No Longer in Development (HuffPost) NBC has confirmed to HuffPost Entertainment that a planned sitcom project with Bill Cosby is no longer in development. Show More Summary

More Thanksgiving Recipe Trouble for the New York Times

The New York Times interactive feature “The United States of Thanksgiving” is getting plenty of interaction. Just not all of a kind the paper bargained for. As gleefully noted by Romenesko earlier today, Minnesotans have taken offense to the idea of grape salad being a representative feast-day dish. Show More Summary

Taking a Lunch Break…

As much as we’d love to bring you the usual media happenings today at Michael’s, Lunch columnist Diane Clehane was feeling under the weather, so you’ll have to hold tight for her next updates until after Thanksgiving. In the meantime,...Show More Summary

Harsh Words | Smart and Strong | Good Luck

TVNewser: Fox News’ Brit Hume called Al Sharpton ”a tax cheat and a crook” mainly because it seems like he is indeed both of those. FishbowlDC: SNL’s Cecily Strong will host next year’s White House Correspondents’ Association dinner....Show More Summary

So What Do You Do, Arienne Thompson, Entertainment Reporter at USA Today?

Arienne Thompson‘s head is filled with golden pop-culture nuggets. But unlike most people who live and breathe all things celebrity, from Kimye’s fashion choices to Taylor Swift‘s relationship status, it’s her job to obsess over the minute details of celebrities’ lives. Show More Summary

NPR Namesake Cherry Glazerr Rolls On

Earlier this year, Chery Glaser (pictured), the LA-embedded local host of NPR’s Morning Edition on KCRW, interviewed members of a local rock trio that named themselves after her. She began the conversation by throwing to a song fromShow More Summary

Michael Wolff Questions Ben Smith’s Uber Expose

Caught in the middle of Uber and BuzzFeed, Michael Wolff has opted to make the headline-grabbing story – and himself – the subject of today’s USA Today column. Wolff writes that after hearing directly from Uber on Monday that BuzzFeed...Show More Summary

Glamour Cuts Four, Including Exec Editor

Glamour is the latest Condé Nast magazine to make cuts as it moves into new company headquarters at 1 WTC. According to WWD, Glamour has let go of four editors, including Lauren Brody, its executive editor for the past four years. Another Glamour veteran — deputy editor of photo visuals Julie Stone — was cut as well. Show More Summary

Turner to Remove TNT, TBS from Dish Lineup

There is nothing quite as fun as when a cable conglomerate and a satellite provider fight over pricing. This is because both end up blaming the other side, and hilariously plead with customers to help them win the battle. Such is the case with Turner Broadcasting and Dish Network. Show More Summary

Janice Dickinson Says First Draft of 2002 Autobiography Included Cosby Assault Details

The latest woman to publicly accuse Bill Cosby of sexual assault is the most famous yet. It started this week with an an Vice article by Tracie Egan Morrissey, who excerpted passages about Cosby from former supermodel Janice Dickinson‘s 2002 autobiography No Lifeguard on Duty. Show More Summary

Anna Wintour Admits KimYe Vogue Cover Was Publicity Stunt

Anna Wintour has admitted that the infamous Vogue cover that featured Kanye West and Kim Kardashian was simply a way to get people talking about the magazine. Fashionista reports that while speaking at the Museum of Metropolitan Art, Wintour gave the couple one hell of a backhanded compliment: (more…) New Career Opportunities Daily: The best jobs in media.

Jill Abramson, Joanna Coles Added to Media Summit

Mashable’s upcoming Media Summit was already an exciting event for media nerds like us, but now it’s got us downright giddy. Okay, that’s a bit of a stretch. However, we now have a few more reasons to attend the event: former New York...Show More Summary

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