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Posts Tagged ‘Bloomberg TV’

Revolving Door: Bloomberg TV, the ‘NYTimes’ and Buzzfeed, ‘Elle Accessories’

Here’s Bloomberg TV‘s new lineup. [via TVNewser]

Don Lemon is outraged at Tucker Carlson over his defense of The Daily Caller‘s Neil Munro. Munro interrupted President Obama during a press conference on Friday where the President was announcing a new policy that would limit deportations for adults younger than age 30. Video below. [h/t Mediaite]

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Revolving Door: WNBC, WSJ on Pinterest, iPad Mags, and More

James Murdoch has resigned from another corporate board. [via]

WNBC has cancelled New York Live née LX New York, effective this fall.

Variety is for sale again.

The Wall Street Journal is using Pinterest for quotes. [via]

Mashable asks why magazines look so bad on the latest iPad.

CNN has cut dozens in its documentary unit. And Bloomberg TV has cut 30 from its staff in order to focus on digital.

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Revolving Door: More News Corp., Casey Anthony News

Casey Anthony at her sentencing hearing. Photo: Joe Burbank/Pool

Developments about the News Corp. phone-hacking scandal seem to roll in by the minute. Besides this morning’s news that they’ve hired Edelman, there’s now word that the F.B.I. is opening an inquiry into possible phone-hackings of 9/11 victims. And News International is said to be planning to run full-page apology ads in a number of U.K. newspapers.

Speaking of ongoing news, with Casey Anthony being released from prison on Sunday, HLN is planning more than 19 hours of Anthony coverage this weekend. (Remember, there are only about 48 hours in a weekend.) Many of those hours will be anchored by Nancy Grace. So if you were even thinking about pitching a story to HLN this weekend, choose another station.

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PCNY Luncheon Panel Offers Tips for Pitching Business Media

This post was written by Nancy Lazarus, contributor to PRNewser

Photo: Courtesy of Peter Himler
Left to right:  Andy Hoffman, Fox Business Network; Alisa Roth, American Public Media’s
Marketplace; Gregg Greenberg, TheStreet.com; Lisa Murphy, WNYW-TV; Mark White, Bloomberg TV

At the Publicity Club of New York’s Business News panel lunch on Tuesday, the speakers agreed that interest in business news has remained high ever since the recession.  Gregg Greenberg, reporter at TheStreet.com, said, “Americans have become smarter about finance, and now the average household can understand key economic indicators.”

Each of the panelists gave a brief overview of their business news outlet and offered tips on the types of stories they cover. Details after the jump. Read more