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Revolving Door: ‘LA Times’ Cuts, New Outlets, and Journos on Google+

Wintour, Stoudemire, and 'Vogue' editor Hamish Bowles during spring Fashion Week 2010. Photo: Getty Images

Bad news to report from the West Coast: Layoffs are happening at the Los Angeles Times (and one of the paper’s editors offers an example of what not to say during times like these).

On a more positive note, Hearst is launching Cosmo for Guys, or CFG for the BMOCs, a tablet pub on August 1. That should be… interesting. And Anna Wintour fave (she has a thing for the male athletes, no?) Amar’e Stoudemire has launched a fashion and sports site.

Finally, Muck Rack has a list of 140 or so reporters who are on Google+, with links. Any others?

More media changes after the jump.

Craig Melvin has been named daytime anchor and reporter at MSNBC. He had been anchor at WRC in Washington. (TVSpy)

Brad Goode has been named anchor at CNBC. He had been morning anchor at KING-TV in Seattle. (TVNewser)

Heather Shimokawa has been named senior market editor at Vanity Fair. She had been director, public relations at Brioni. (mb)

Erin Walker has been named financial, spirits and New England manager at Departures. She had been account director at More. (mb)

Keith Reed has been named senior editor at ESPN The Magazine. He had been editor at Catalyst Ohio. (SportsNewser)

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