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Supreme Court To Broadcasters: 'Broadcast TV Is Living On Borrowed Time' (TVNewser)
Justice Samuel Alito argued that the Court should not be wasting its time discussing broadcast TV. Why? "Broadcast TV is living on borrowed time," he said, much to the chagrin of the Fox lawyer. "It is not going to be long before it goes the way of vinyl records and eight-track tapes." "I'm sure my client is not thrilled to have you say that," the Fox attorney replied.
Hearst's Kang Joins Wenner Media As Chief Digital Officer (paidContent)
Wenner Media is filling the chief digital officer position that Michael Bloom left in November, after just six months on the job: David Kang, who was Hearst's creative director of content extensions for less than one year, will take on the role starting Jan. 20.
NYT Limited Layoffs To 200 Employees In Sale To Halifax (Poynter / MediaWire)
In its deal to sell 16 regional papers to Halifax Media, The New York Times Co. limited layoffs to 10 percent of employees, according to a Securities and Exchange Commission filing.