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VH1 has cancelled “Megan Wants a Millionaire” and “I Love Money 3,” both which featured dead murder suspect Ryan Jenkins.
We’re really hoping NPR keeps this feature… “Dumbest Story of the Week.” First up, the fuss over Michelle Obama’s “short” shorts.
Time.com managing editor says long form journalism is not working online. (h/t BeetTV)
Readers Digest Association Inc. has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
The latest in publishing… books without jackets.
What is Kal Penn up to while everyone else at the White House is vacationing on Martha’s Vineyard? NJ fills us in… he “has been given new busywork responsibilities like opening mail and answering Politico interview requests.”
Stars & Stripes: As more journalists seek permission to accompany U.S. forces engaged in military operations in Afghanistan, many of them could be screened by a controversial public relations firm contracted by the Pentagon to determine whether their past coverage has portrayed the U.S. military in a positive light.
Abby Livingston joins The Hotline as TV editor. She was most recently with NBC News’ Political Unit.
DCRTV: Channel 4/WRC has promoted Matt Glassman to senior producer of content for the NBC’s station’s news management team.
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