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“GMA” Names New Newsreader|Living Stories|Hachette Works With MSN On New Lifestyle Site|Good Housekeeping Digs Up Archives|Huffington Criticizes Times Reporter

TVNewser: Juju Chang has been picked to be the new “Good Morning America” newsreader. She will replace Chris Cuomo, who is in negotiations to become co-anchor of “20/20″ and to report for other ABC News broadcasts.

New York Times: Google, The New York Times and The Washington Post have teamed up to present “Living Stories.”

All Things Digital: Magazine publisher Hachette Filipacchi is pairing with MSN and production company BermanBraun to launch a “lifestyle site aimed at fashion, decor, relationships and beauty.”

Mediaweek: Starting in January, Good Housekeeping will publish content from its archives to celebrate its 125th anniversary.

Huffington Post: Days after New York Times reporter Peter Baker criticized the addition of reporters from The Huffington Post and Talking Points Memo to the White House pool, Arianna Huffington shot back at him, calling his recent coverage of President Barack Obama‘s decision on Afghanistan “stenography.” “Perhaps he should spend less time worrying about that and more time worrying that his own reportorial ‘scrupulous passivity’ so easily leads to the insertion of the administration’s desired spin into the reporting on momentous decisions of war and peace,” Huffington said in response to Baker’s criticism of the pool appointments.

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