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Economist Group Picks Up CQ|Swine Flu Hits AOL|Vogue Loses Met Gala Planner|Reader’s Digest Moves To The Right|Rival Magazines Set To Debut In FBNY Editor’s Hometown

FishbowlDC: Congressional Quarterly will join Roll Call under the Economist Group umbrella.

Daily Intel: Swine flu reported at AOL.

WWD: Vogue‘s director of special events Stephanie Winston Wolkoff has stepped down. Who will take her place to help Anna Wintour plan the Costume Institute Gala?

New York Times: Struggling to find its footing, Reader’s Digest moves to the right in order to find a niche audience.

Folio: FBNY editor Amanda’s hometown of Stamford, Conn. hasn’t gotten this much love since Woody Allen shot “Scenes From A Mall” there. Two regional publishers have both announced the launch of two rival Stamford magazines to cover the city.

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