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Revolving Door: Norah O’Donnell Replaces Erica Hill on ‘CBS This Morning’, Dick Cheney Interviewed by ABC’s Jonathan Karl, and More

CBS News Chief White House Correspondent Norah O’Donnell has been named co-host of “CBS This Morning” replacing Erica Hill who first came to CBS News in 2008, while still with CNN, to co-anchor the weekend “Early Show.” In January, 2010 she joined CBS full time. (TVNewser)

Lauren Kapp, the former top communications and marketing executive at NBC News who left for a strategy and marketing position at Huffington Post in May, will be leaving that job this week. Reuters reports Kapp will leave Huffington Post Media Group August 1, three months after joining from NBC. Reuters says personal reasons are behind the change. (TVNewser)

Former Vice President Dick Cheney was interviewed by ABC’s Jonathan Karl. The interview, Cheney’s first since his heart transplant earlier this year, will be previewed across all ABC’s platforms today, and will air in its entirety on “Nightline” this evening. (TVNewser)

Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia has been making the media rounds to promote his new book, and one of the stops was C-SPAN. C-SPAN’s Brian Lamb asked Scalia about his recent interview with CNN’s Piers Morgan, and why Justices are usually so reluctant to do public appearances. (TVNewser) Video Below:

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Interview: Doug Harbrecht, Director of New Media, Kiplinger.com

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How do you grow an online community for what traditionally has been an offline brand? How do you choose which social platforms to be active on, and how do you measure and make sense of it all?

These are some of the questions we asked Doug Harbrecht, director of new media for Kiplinger.com, the fastest growing Web site in the investing/personal finance magazine space.

Harbrecht joined Kiplinger in 2006 from BusinessWeek Online, where he was executive editor and prior to that, senior editor and online news editor.

Your title is Director of New Media for Kiplinger.com. What exactly does that entail? Take us through a typical day.

Essentially I’m responsible for all things digital and online for Kiplinger.com.

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