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CBS Thursday announced the launch of “CBS All Access,” a digital subscription service that allows viewers — with or without a pay TV subscription — access to CBS programs, live TV, and CBS’ owned-and-operated stations. LostRemote The service is available for $5.99 a month. At the time of launch, consumers in 14 cities will have live access to their local CBS stations, allowing them to stream programs as they air. CBS News The service is accessible through CBS.com and on mobile devices through the CBS App for iOS and Android. THR In addition to serving up current-season episodes the day after they air, it will offer previous seasons of several CBS-owned shows as well as a vast library of classic CBS series. The service is planned to be added to connected TVs at a later date. All Access marks a considerable move for a network that has long been selective with regard to its digital dealings, famously staying out of the Hulu pact its broadcast rivals made many years earlier. Capital New York On Wednesday, HBO announced that its HBO Go service would be available to all customers next year. The service, which provides access to HBO’s current programming and shows from the past, is currently only available to HBO subscribers.

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Matthew Schnipper Joins GQ

GQ has added Matthew Schnipper as a senior editor. He comes to the magazine from The Verge, where he served as deputy managing editor since March. Previously, Schnipper had served as editor-in-chief of The Fader.

At GQ, Schnipper will oversee style coverage on GQ.com. He’ll work closely with style editor Will Welch and creative director Jim Moore.

“Matt brings a wonderful wealth of knowledge, not to mention an award winning resume, to the GQ team,” said GQ’s editor, Jim Nelson, in a statement. “He’ll be instrumental in guiding, expanding and perfecting our style coverage on GQ.com.”

Naomi Zeichner Named Editor-in-Chief of The Fader

Six months after losing Matthew Schnipper to The Verge, The Fader has its new editor-in-chief. Naomi Zeichner, who previously worked with The Fader as an associate editor and senior editor, is coming back to take the lead. Zeichner most recently served as BuzzFeed’s music editor.

“Naomi is an incredible talent. Her creativity, taste and insider knowledge of the industry defines what The Fader stands for,” said Andy Cohn, The Fader’s president and publisher, said in a statement. “She’s re-joining an immensely talented group of editors, writers, designers and photographers, and we couldn’t be happier to have her back as we head into an exciting time for The Fader, with some major announcements to come.”

“I enjoyed and learned a lot from my time at BuzzFeed, but I’m returning to The Fader because I’m as passionate about being a part of music culture as I am about being a part of media,” added Zeichner.

Allure Names Multimedia Director, The Verge Adds Matthew Schnipper

A couple of changes regarding Allure and The Verge today. Details are below.

    • Allure has named Britt Aboutaleb its multimedia director, a new role at the magazine. WWD reports that Allure created the position to help expand its digital products. Aboutaleb comes to Allure from Byrdie.com, where she served as editorial director. She previously worked at Elle and Fashionista.com.
    • Matthew Schnipper is joining The Verge as deputy managing editor. Schnipper most recently served as The Fader’s editor-in-chief. Ad Age reports that Schnipper will oversee The Verge’s long form features and culture coverage.

Bring the LA Music Scene to The FADER

The FADER prides itself on being first on the scene when it comes to up-and-coming artists and music trends. Among the musicians who got their first mag covers at The FADER include Kanye West, MIA, The Strokes, Drake, Bon Iver, Frank Ocean and more. The magazine also holds the distinction of being the first publication to be distributed as a PDF through iTunes.

“We’re always interested in hearing more ideas from outside of our immediate field of vision. If you live outside of New York City and something unusual is happening local to you, that is what’s exciting,” said editor-in-chief Matthew Schnipper. “We’re interested in what we wouldn’t know about otherwise.”

For more, read How To Pitch: The FADER.

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Promotions and Additions to The Fader Announced

Matthew Schnipper has been promoted from Deputy Editor to Editor-in-Chief at The Fader magazine. The music publication also named Amber Bravo as Senior Editor, and Naomi Zeichner as Editor of its website.

Schnipper has been with the magazine since 2007, and during his time there it has received multiple awards. Bravo comes to The Fader as a freelancer for a few magazines, including Dwell. Zeichner was previously a regular contributor to the magazine.

Andy Cohn, Fader Media Executive Vice President and Group Publisher, said of the changes:

It was a natural progression for Matthew to take over as editor-in-chief of The Fader. He is the heart and soul of the publication and has really transformed it editorially over the years that he has been a part of it. With his new position, and the hiring of Amber and Naomi in addition to our entire edit staff, we are in a really great flow.