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EXCLUSIVE: Zap2it Editorial Director Headed to HollywoodReporter.com

Filling the slot left vacant by the recent departure of Bryan Alexander for USA Today, the Hollywood Reporter will officially announce on Friday that it has recruited Joseph Kapsch (pictured), editorial director of Tribune site Zap2it.com, as its new website editor. Kapsch starts May 23rd.

While job duties will be slightly different than those attached to the digital editor position occupied by Alexander, Kapsch could not have picked a better time to come on board. The Reporter has been registering huge web traffic gains in recent months, with the latest comScore numbers showing a total of 4.6 million unique visitors for the month of April.

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USA Today Adds Fourth Film Writer

When Anthony Breznican left USA Today for Entertainment Weekly, it was only a matter of time before someone stepped into his vacated slot. That person turns out to be Bryan Alexander.

“Bryan, formerly of Time magazine and currently the digital editor with The Hollywood Reporter, will join us at the end of the month as an entertainment writer covering movies,” confirms Susan Weiss, USA Today‘s Executive Editor of Content, via email to FishbowlLA.

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People Magazine Scandal

fgsfdgsdf.jpgAccording to Page Six, staffers in People magazine’s Los Angeles office are peeved that a former intern got a promotion because she’s “dating high-ranking male editor.”

“The celebrity weekly’s West Coast deputy bureau chief, Bryan Alexander, is said to be taking an extended vacation while his bosses figure out how to handle the situation. Insiders are buzzing that Time Inc. brass in New York recently learned of Alexander’s ongoing, yearlong relationship with Mary Margaret Acoymo.”

We don’t know if we’re jaded or bored, but this one doesn’t really do it for us. If we’re wrong and some great injustice has occurred, let us know. Otherwise, Page Six, is this the most interesting thing you’ve got?