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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.

Click through for more media changes.

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Revolving Door: The Daily Beast Talk Show, ‘TIME’ Everywhere, and More

The Daily Beast has made a few new hires in order to launch a new venture: an online talk show. Sources told The New York Observer that the show would have a format like The View and would consist of individual webisodes rather than series programming.

Also this week, TIME magazine announced its plans to offer subscribers “All Access” subscriptions to content in print, online (including a new paid “magazine channel”), and on tablets. PaidContent calls the plan a way to attract readers to the print magazine and to please subscribers who don’t want to pay twice for content. According to TIME‘s press release, the website has 95 percent original content and saw a 31 percent increase in traffic in June 2011 vs the previous year.

More media moves after the jump.

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