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truTV Ends Daytime Programming|Is Gannett Doomed?|AP Union Disputes New Social Media Policy|Author And Page Sixer Froelich Sits For A Fun Hamptons Interview|Allison Bids Adieu To TONY

TVNewser: Turner Broadcasting owned truTV is shutting down its “In Session” daytime programming. Up to 65 employees could be let go as a result.

TheDeal: A week after Gannett Co. CEO Craig Dubow took medical leave, questions are raised about whether the company can survive beyond June 2011.

Editor & Publisher: Leaders of the News Media Guild, which represents AP employees, have requested a meeting with editors to discuss a contentious social media policy distributed to staffers last week.

Plum TV: Jaquelynn Powers interviews former colleague, Page Six’s Paula Froelich, about her book, “Mercury in Retrograde”.

Time Out New York: If you read her blog you know that Julia Allison broke up with Time Out New York, where she was the dating columnist, a while back. But today, the pub has an exit interview with the media celebutante. And yes, she’s still single — and she blames her apartment. “It’s like walking into a giant tutu,” she said.

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