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Martin Miller is the New LAT TV Editor

MEAP_television_07.JPG We love these tales of employment.

From their release:

Martin Miller has been named The Times new television editor, effective immediately.

Martin, who has been both a reporter and an editor in Calendar since 2004, will oversee a TV team that includes two critics, four reporters, a slew of freelance contributors and such popular blogs as Show Tracker and Idol Tracker. Through A1, Calendar and Sunday cover stories, essays and critical reviews, blog posts and photo galleries, Martin’s multimedia team will chronicle television’s impact on society and the group will examine the changing nature of news, the comings and goings of TV shows and personalities, and the national fascination with such reality shows as “Jon & Kate Plus 8″ and “The Real Housewives of Atlanta.” Martin will work with Web editors to break news on the Web and expand communities of interest online.

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LAT in 90 Seconds

30899936.jpgGentrification, LA-Style: Only in Los Angeles would an increasingly gentrified downtown threaten — not lower-income tenants — but movie producers who are used to filming without neighbors raising much of stink.

25801862.jpgRejoicing Rats: Ratatouille kicked Bruce Willis’s butt.

30902074.jpgA Story With Lots Of Pretty Words In It: Reporter Martin Miller has a kinda-sorta illuminating piece about how networks never declare their shows to be “cancelled.” Mostly, he says, it’s a matter of Hollywood ego. There. That was one paragraph. Somehow Miller makes the point stretch out for 22.

LAT in 90 Seconds

oy.jpgDavid Mamet Ropes A Dope: He’s a silver-tongued salesman, all right, but can David Mamet sell audiences on a heady film about Ultimate Fighting Championship that features his own rabbi? He seems to have Patrick Goldstein convinced.

ros.jpgBig Money! Big Money! How do you make a three-day old story seem fresh and new? Top it with a cute lede! Our hats are off (and our dogs are spayed) to Martin Miller for this Rosie/Price Is Right story.

ellinpreg.jpgCutesy Ledes Are Just Par For The Course Today: Exhibit B.