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According to a new study on news networks, Americans either love Fox News or they hate it. There’s not much middle ground. The report, by Quinnipac University, found that Fox News was rated the most trusted and the least trusted TV news...Show More Summary
The New York Times has officially launched a primary Instagram account. Available at @NYTimes, the account kicks things off with photographers interpreting a theme of “beginnings.” The first entry is by Bryan Denton, who is covering the beginning and end of the Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leon. Show More Summary
When Mary Hart capped her 2011 retirement from Entertainment Tonight with a fun \"Top Ten List\" on The Late Show, she ended by telling Dave: \"I’ll see you at The Yellowstone Club.\" Letterman has owned a ranch in Montana since 1999...Show More Summary
TVNewser: Lack back! Andrew Lack is returning to NBC as chairman of NBC News and MSNBC. SocialTimes: Red carpet season was good for publishers’ social media audience. More proof that everyone loves talking about rich strangers. TVSpy: An Iowa-based news network’s site was caught reposting an item from another network. Show More Summary
The New York Times revamps a media desk that took a beating during the last round of layoffs. John Koblin takes over Bill Carter‘s television beat, a return to the media world Koblin covered at Women’s Wear Daily and the New York Observer. Show More Summary
Laurel Pinson has been named Glamour’s digital editorial director. Pinson comes to the magazine from Stylecaster, where she served as editor-in-chief. Pinson previously worked as managing editor for NBC Local Media, online editor at Lucky, and programming manager at AOL StyleList. Pinson’s appointment is effective September 30.
This weekend, New York City will host what sounds, on paper, like a guaranteed “fly” event: the first-ever Drone Film Festival. Per NPR/WBUR’s Here and Now, the genesis of the event was rooted in practicality: The inspiration for the...Show More Summary
The parent company (WLK Holdings) can be traced to sunny, booming Perth. The primary URL (mobilelikez.com) showcases some millennial-worthy spelling. And the secondary URL (unbelievablebuzz.com), likely one of several, echos a mediaShow More Summary
Click here to receive Mediabistro’s Morning Media Newsfeed via email. Samantha Bee Exits The Daily Show to Host TBS Series (THR / The Live Feed) Samantha Bee is expanding her relationship with TBS. Days after the Turner-owned network...Show More Summary
The New York Post is gambling that this “smartphone” trend is going to stick with the launch of Internet Action Force, a comedy site with a mobile-friendly lean. IAF features short, original videos that glean their subjects from social media trends. Show More Summary
Welcome back to another edition of FishbowlNY’s weekly Cover Battle. This round features Cosmo taking on Architectural Digest. Cosmo’s latest features Hillary Duff’s triumphant return. Please don’t ask us where Duff went that we should be so happy she’s back. Show More Summary
These kinds of lists should always be taken with a grain of snow-degrading salt. Nonetheless, we would like to congratulate each and every one one of Grand Marais, Minnesota’s 1,351 residents on their community being voted by BudgetShow More Summary
Justin Bieber is Men’s Health’s latest cover star. Here he is in a completely not-photoshopped pose. We can’t think of a more fitting cover star for Men’s Health than a 21-year-old brat who is beloved by seventh grade girls and produces awful music. What a great choice.
TVNewser: Anyone not supporting Early Start anchor John Berman’s fight to get his show branded coffee mugs will be considered an enemy. PRNewser: Speaking of worthy causes, we think replacing Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill with Rosa Parks is an excellent idea. LostRemote: People love to advertise advertising.
Oprah Winfrey and Harpo Studios have called Chicago home for the past 26 years. That’s about to change. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Oprah is shutting down Harpo and shifting all operations to OWN’s headquarters in LA. This is...Show More Summary
Click here to receive Mediabistro’s Morning Media Newsfeed via email. NBC News Shakeup: Andrew Lack in Talks to Return in Top Role (Variety) Former NBC News president Andrew Lack is in negotiations to return to a top post at NBCUniversal’s...Show More Summary
Robert Weide‘s documentary about author Kurt Vonnegut began production in 1988. The pair boarded a train at Grand Central Station bound for Buffalo and spent the eight-hour journey talking. All these years later, it looks like Weide, together with Don Argott, is finally going to get to complete the film. Show More Summary
“The Art of the Mannequin\" doesn’t open at New York’s Museum of Arts and Design until March 31. But for those looking to bone up on the history of mannequins and how it all led in the late 1970s to exhibit star Ralph Pucci‘s enhancements,...Show More Summary
Latina magazine came on the scene 20 years ago, before the growing Hispanic market loomed large in the minds of marketers and reporters alike. The prize for owning this trend before it was a trend is that, according to the magazine’s...Show More Summary
Stephen Colvin, former CEO of Newsweek and The Daily Beast, is joining Robb Report as chief operating officer and president of its digital division, a new role at the company. Colvin comes to Robb Report from VC firm Lerer Ventures, where he served as executive in residence. Show More Summary