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Columnist Archerd Dies|CBS Tries Bribing Blogger With $20 Gift Card|What Do New Yorkers Say They Like To Read On The Subway?|Daily Beast Hires 24-Year-Old Editor|Fallon Ends Olbermann-Beck Beef

USA TODAY: Daily Variety columnist Army Archerd has died at age 87.

Deadline Hollywood: CBS tried to bribe Nikki Finke into writing about upcoming show “The Good Wife” with a $20 Amazon gift card. She said — in so many words — no thanks.

New York Times: A survey of 8,000 readers has revealed that The New York Times and The New Yorker are the most read newspaper and magazine on the subway. Can that really be true or do New Yorkers like to sound more intellectual when answering survey questions?

The Observer: Just after The New Yorker brought on a 26-year-old managing editor, The Daily Beast has hired 24-year-old Lucas Wittmann as its books editor.

Mediaite: Jimmy Fallon squashes the beef between Keith Olbermann and Glenn Beck in six minutes flat.

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