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Revolving Door: Daily Beast TV, CNN, Ratings, and More

 

CNN en Español has launched CNNEspanol.com.

Also, CNN made their new morning plans official this week. TVNewser talked with Soledad O’Brien about what’s changed since the last time she was on morning TV.

Daily Beast TV launches. (Clip above, which is really a clip from The Daily Show, but OK.)

The Audit Bureau of Circulations released its list of top 25 U.S. daily newspapers for the six-months ending September 30. The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, and The New York Times top the list.

Fox News was tops in the ratings, with The O’Reilly Factor leading.

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Revolving Door: Kindle Fire, The Root, Andy Rooney, and More

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A slew of magazine publishers have signed on to Amazon’s new Kindle Fire device. Among the magazines that will appear on the tablet/”service” are Elle, Cosmopolitan, and GQ. Time Inc. still hasn’t signed on. The relationship between magazine publishers and Amazon could be as fraught as the one with Apple, GigaOm reports. But at $199, the Kindle Fire could set fire to tablet sales and consumption, Ad Age says. Kindle Fire will ship November 15.

ComScore has ranked The Washington Post‘s site The Root tops for African-American news for the past four months. The site has an average of 1.7 million unique monthly visitors and 13.5 million page views per month, according to The Root‘s press release.

TVNewser first reported on the end of Andy Rooney‘s regular 60 Minutes appearances a couple of days ago. CBS is now offering a “best of” page with a dozen entries from his 40 years with the network.

News Corp. investors want to see James Murdoch dropped from the company’s board. In other News Corp. news, “The Daily,” the company’s much-ballyhooed iPad-only publication is pulling in less than a quarter of the 500,000 readers Murdoch said it would have.

Lisa Belkin, a longtime New York Times writer, is heading to the Huffington Post. Belkin covered parenting issues, and wrote for the magazine and the Motherlode blog. Tim O’Brien, Peter Goodman, and Tom Zeller have also left for HuffPo recently.

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