The New York Times notes the high number of changes happening at broadcast shows, with big names like Meredith Vieira and Katie Couric coming and going. One CNN producer calls the shifts “seismic.” Of course, the challenge is — and will be for the foreseeable future — reaching audiences and building loyalty.
“We believe we have an opportunity to deliver content directly to consumers,” Disney CEO Bob Iger is quoted saying.
Speaking of the NYT, Business Insider reports that AOL actually has a larger newsroom that the Times. This takes into account the tremendous Patch local network.
After the jump, this week’s media highlights from mediabistro’s Revolving Door Newsletter.
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- Big Changes in Tech Journalism: 'Fake Steve Jobs' Is Your New Valleywag
- Anna Wintour Basically Admits That Putting Kimye on the Cover of Vogue Was a PR Stunt
- Angry Tech Exec's Note to NYT Reporter Must Be Seen to Be Believed
- Now That Paper Broke The Internet, Where Does It Go From Here?