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Revolving Door Newsletter: 10.04.13
CBS Extends Letterman's Contract; Cuts Coming to Reuters

So What Do You Do, Robert Verdi, Logo TV Host?
The ubiquitous fashion media personality discusses his latest TV project, his plan to get his own cable network, and how Twitter's helping him turn a profit.

So What Do You Do, Nina Garcia, Marie Claire Fashion Director & Project Runway Judge?
Tastemaker and Project Runway judge Nina Garcia dishes on becoming a household name, juggling her TV persona with her magazine job, and what it takes to make it to the top.

So What Do You Do, Ann Curry, News Anchor, The Today Show?
The anchor talks about interviewing major newsmakers, witnessing global hardships, and bringing her personal life into the public eye on Today.

So What Do You Do, Robbie Myers, Editor-In-Chief, Elle?
At the helm of the world's largest fashion mag, Myers sizes up the future of print and explains how Elle's early embrace of reality TV boosted the brand.

So What Do You Do, Harry Smith, Co-Anchor, The Early Show?
Harry Smith discusses the 'pressure to make the needle move' on network TV and contends that reporting 'will always pay' in the evolving broadcast sector.

So What Do You Do, Hoda Kotb, Co-Anchor, The Today Show?
Enduring 27 rejections before landing an on-air job, Hoda Kotb talks about breaking into broadcast news and taking on Today's fourth hour.

So What Do You Do, Harvey Levin, Executive Producer and Host, TMZ?
TMZ ringmaster Harvey Levin spills on breaking the news of Michael Jackson's death, from delivering continuous scoop to earning street cred from traditional media.

So What Do You Do, Linda Fairstein, Bestselling Crime Novelist?
From sex crimes prosecutor to prolific author, Linda Fairstein plots a page-turner a year, markets herself online, and doles out PR wisdom for new writers.

So What Do You Do, Laura Brown, Features & Special Projects Director, Harper's Bazaar?
Recently recognizable from Bravo's The Fashion Show, Bazaar's Laura Brown protects a 141-year-old brand and champions publicity efforts.

So What Do You Do, 'Page Six' Editor Richard Johnson?
New York's gossip king Richard Johnson says Internet competition sharpens his news judgment, predicts a media monetization model and considers penning a book.

So What Do You Do, Isaac Mizrahi, The Fashion Show Host/Liz Claiborne Creative Director?
The prolific designer dishes on the 'irresistible drama' of hosting a reality show, and getting personal on his video blog.

So What Do You Do, Sally Singer, Fashion News/Features Director, Vogue?
Amid the buzz of New York Fashion Week, this magazine veteran addresses the economy's impact on fashion and discusses the finer points of selecting cover subjects.

So What Do You Do, Ilene Chaiken, Creator/Exec. Producer Of The L Word?
The Showtime scribe dishes on being out in Hollywood, breaking new ground in TV, and learning the ropes from Aaron Spelling.

So What Do You Do, Joni Evans, CEO, wowOwow.com?
The publishing powerhouse talks about launching a women's Web site and how the Internet can save the 'broken' book industry.

So What Do You Do, Bill Geddie, Executive Producer, The View?
Barbara Walters' main man on 20 years of wrangling TV divas and getting in touch with his maternal instincts.

So What Do You Do, Charlie Collier, AMC Vice President and General Manager?
Fresh from his network's historic Emmy win, the AMC exec weighs in on the Mad Men phenomenon and the importance of 'enduring cool.'

So What Do You Do, Andre Leon Talley, Editor-at-Large, Vogue?
The fashion bible's main man discusses his telepathic connection with Anna Wintour, the blight of reality television, and Jennifer Hudson's infamous Oscar outfit.

So What Do You Do, Joe Zee, Creative Director, Elle?
Elle's main man serves haute dish on his new reality show gig and Nina Garcia's departure.

So What Do You Do, Matt Blank, Chairman and CEO of Showtime Networks?
Ahead of Weeds' season four premiere, Showtime's chief exec weighs in on A-listers and why dysfunctional TV families rule

So What Do You Do, Kathie Lee Gifford?
Gifford and her perky persona wake up to a comeback on Today.

So What Do You Do, Dominick Dunne, Author, Vanity Fair Special Correspondent?
The courtroom chronicler on trainwreck celebrity justice and the diagnosis that has him rushing to finish his next book.

So What Do You Do, Charla Lawhon, Managing Editor, InStyle?
InStyle's top editor on going Hollywood, talking to Katie (but not Tom), and why George Clooney isn't cover-worthy.

So What Do You Do, Fern Mallis, Senior Vice President IMG Fashion?
The originator of New York Fashion Week on the event's impact, her legacy, and why well-rounded people make the best fashion execs.

So What Do You Do, Tiki Barber, The Today Show, Correspondent?
Tiki talks his new job, Project Runway, and empathizing with Michael Vick.

So What Do You Do, Deborah Norville, Inside Edition Anchor, Bestselling Author?
The television vet and author on the power of positive thinking and the dangers of keeping your mouth shut.

So What Do You Do, Ashleigh Banfield, Court TV Anchor?
After speaking her mind got her banished to NBC's "warehouse," this TV woman found an unlikely home at Court TV.

So What Do You Do, Henry Schleiff, President & CEO, Crown Media
Talking Michael's, markets, and movie making with Hallmark's president and CEO.

So What Do You Do, Joy Behar, Co-host of The View?
The View's most enduring co-host discusses working with Barbara, Whoopi, and Rosie, and reveals why she'll never quit standup.

So What Do You Do, Jeffrey Toobin, Author?
The author, who moonlights as a CNN legal analyst and a New Yorker writer, describes getting Supreme Court justices to divulge the high court's inner workings for his book.

So What Do You Do, Margaret Russell, Editor-in-Chief, Elle Decor?
Why she's happy to be left behind on summer Fridays and other tidbits from this shelter mag editrix.

So What Do You Do, Brian Williams, anchor NBC Nightly News?
The former volunteer firefighter discusses his headline-making career in TV news and his late-night kitchen-cleaning habit

So What Do You Do, Glenda Bailey, Editor-In-Chief, Harper's Bazaar?
From scheduling cover stars to sync with their legal woes to casting Chloe Sevigny in a recent rehab-inspired layout, one of fashion's top EICs tells why her work matters.

So What Do You Do, Jim Bell, Executive Producer, Today?
One man dishes on how a summer job pushing a wheelchair turned him away from law school and into a career in television.

So What Do You Do, Tina Brown?
The prolific editor and first-time author talks about her #1 debut, The Diana Chronicles.

So What Do You Do, Kate White, Editor-In-Chief, Cosmopolitan?
Cosmo's editor-in-chief turned novelist-in-demand on conquering the magazine industry and working in the shower.

So What Do You Do, Nancy Grace, CNN Headline News?
Leaving Court TV, thoughts on Alec Baldwin, Paris Hilton, Star Jones and the network's new direction.

So What Do You Do, Glenn Beck, CNN Headline News?
Headline News' controversial anchor on being "a conservative, not a journalist," and hanging with D. Sawyer.

So What Do You Do, Al Roker?
The Today show's weatherman weighs in on why he'll never quit his day job, Star Jones' rapidly shrinking frame, and flying coach with the family.

So What Do You Do, Campbell Brown
Weekend Today co-host explains her passion for hard news, how the Hilary campaign should use Bill, and the true story behind her name.

So What Do You Do, Soledad O'Brien?
The CNN anchor talks about motherhood, race, Hurricane Katrina and technology

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Weight Watchers Rebrands Spokesperson Jessica Simpson - Posted September 26, 2013
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The Ticker: Bill Clinton on Digg; Oprah's brand; Lunch at Michael's; Jerry Jones on YouTube - Posted April 15, 2010
WebNewser: Digg Dialogg Books Bill Clinton for Earth Day Q&A Advertising Age: Oprah Bio Won't Impact 'Teflon' Brand, Experts Say TechNewsWorld: Tweet Your Way Into a ... [FishbowlDC]

Morning Reading List, 12.04.08 - Posted December 4, 2008
Good morning Washington. Got a blind item, interesting link, funny note, comment, birthday, anniversary or anything of the sort for Morning Reading List? Drop us a line or let us know in the tips box below. We've got your morning mix of media Muesli after the... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Morning Reading List, 12.04.08 - Posted December 4, 2008
Good morning Washington. Got a blind item, interesting link, funny note, comment, birthday, anniversary or anything of the sort for Morning Reading List? Drop us a line or let us know in the tips box below. We've got your morning mix of media Muesli after the... [FishbowlNY]

Trade Round-Up: September 7, 2007 - Posted September 7, 2007
Smith for Seven Pounds Will Smith is pursuing a major reteam with the creative minds behind The Pursuit of Happyness. The actor has inked to star in Seven Pounds, Variety reports. The project reunites him with helmer ... [FishbowlLA]

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