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NYT Magazine Editor Hugo Lindgren Thinks He Possibly 'Blew It' On The iPad (Capital New York)
Things have changed since the 1970s and 80s, when The New York Times Magazine was a "catch-all for ads" from small local antiques stores to big national luxury campaigns like Chanel, the magazine's editor, Hugo Lindgren, told a Columbia University audience Thursday night.
Bereft Of Ads, Rush Limbaugh Broadcast Five Minutes Of Dead Air Yesterday (Business Insider / Advertising)
Of 86 ads aired on WABC's broadcast of The Rush Limbaugh Show Thursday, 77 were public-service announcements aired free-of-charge, and seven of the remaining nine were from companies that previously vowed to pull their ads from the show, according to Media Matters.
Ofcom, U.K. Media Regulator, Weighing Whether To Strip Murdoch Of BSkyB Stake (HuffPost / AP)
Britain's communications regulator said Friday that it is continuing to monitor allegations of phone hacking and bribery at Rupert Murdoch's London newspapers to be sure that British Sky Broadcasting is a fit and proper holder of a broadcasting license.