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Top Twitter Feed Reactions to LeBron James’ ‘Coming Home’

Our top Twitter feed reactions to LeBron James’ “I’m coming back to Cleveland.”

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ICYMI: Lulz Out at Gawker, Weed In at Fusion

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ICYMI: Everyone is Leaving Everywhere

ICYMI: Sadness Prevails -Facebook, Leno, and Sochi

Okay, so maybe you think the Facebook Look Back movies are lame, but this one might change your mind. – by David Cohen at AllFacebook.

While many Facebook users are suffering from overexposure to its recently introduced A Look Back videos, the social network honored a special request by St. Louis resident John Berlin, who wanted to see his deceased son’s video…Berlin’s video of his tearful plea to Facebook went viral, with more than 950,000 views at the time of this post, in just two days.

Which sad penis wished Jay Leno a fond farewell? Find out by watching his last opening monologue. – by Josh Feldman at Mediaite.

Leno referenced the last time he parted ways with the Tonight Show, saying, “I don’t like good-byes. NBC does, I don’t care for them.” He vaguely acknowledged the Conan O’Brien fracas that ensued by clarifying, “Tonight is our last show for real. I don’t need to be fired three times. I get the hint.”

Sochi. Is. So. Gross.  - by Chris Ariens at TVNewser.

Between the missing shower curtains, brown tap water and computer hacking affecting journalists covering the Sochi Games, NBC’s Bob Costas might have it the worst. He has an eye infection.

In Case You Missed It: Eve Eve Edition

In Case You Missed It: Global Reporters Unite!

In Case You Missed It HeaderGood reads from across the web that you might have missed:

The Rise of the Global Correspondents: Katie Couric is given the Global Beat at Yahoo. Bill Neely has the whole world in his hands at NBC. by Jordan Chariton and Chris Ariens at TVNewser.

Bosses use social media to weed out Muslims from pools of job applicants. There’s no joke there. It’s just terrible. by Jennifer Valentino-Devries at WSJ.

Interns? My good fellow, no! We pay our students here at Atlantic Media. by David Carr at NYT.

Stars and Stripes forever? Not so fast. by Hadas Gold at Politico.

So you wanna capitalize politically on the Obamacare disaster, do ya? Some things to think about. by Matt K. Lewis at the Daily Caller.

The Tea Party: All of this has happened before, and it will all happen again. by Bill Minutaglio at WaPo.

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Capital New York Hires TVNewser Co-Editor

Unknown-5And now, some internal housekeeping news.

Capital New York, the newly acquired Allbritton publication, has hired Alex Weprin, senior editor of TVNewser, our sister site at Mediabistro. With this news comes a promotion: Merrill Knox will be senior editor of TVNewser but will continue her duties at TVSpy.

“I am really excited to join Capital New York. It has been a great three and a half years at Mediabistro, and I am sad to leave my colleagues here, but I am looking forward to what’s ahead,” Weprin told FishbowlDC.

See the memo from Mediabistro VP/Editorial Director Chris Ariens and the job the company is looking to fill… Read more

HLN’s Kyra Phillips Talks About Striking a Balance Between Career and Family

Life in the broadcast news business can be filled with travel, odd hours and a lot of uncertainty.

HLN news anchor Kyra Phillips worked the local TV circuit before making the jump to CNN in 1999. So is she happy with the path she chose?

Phillips recently sat down with TVNewser managing editor Chris Ariens to talk about how she views her life now and shares one of the frustrations of being a role model for those who want to follow in her footsteps.

Also, be sure to check out our first interview with Phillips.

>Media Beat Part One: Kyra Phillips Talks About the Challenge of Holding on to Viewers After the Jodi Arias Trial is Over

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