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On the Menu: Glenn Beck and “Twilight”

This morning on the Menu, GalleyCat’s Jason Boog and AgencySpy’s Matt Van Hoven talked about the ubiquitous Glenn Beck: the radio show, the TV show, the stage shows, the books and now a political movement. The guys also talked about the phenom that is “Twilight,” and Microsoft’s $upport of News Corp.’s planned pull-out of Google.

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Menu: Twitter, Kindle and More From the Publishing World

mmm_2-3.gifToday on the mediabistro.com Morning Media Menu we’re joined by Galleycat editor Jason Boog.

We’ll take a look at some of the biggest publishing stories from the newsfeed today. First, how is the AP Stylebook changing? (Yes, Twitter.) Also, how do authors adjust to the new Kindle world.

Other stories: Is it time to sell Time Inc., what happens when authors and poets take over a newspaper and What We Learned This Week?

You can listen to all the past podcasts at BlogTalkRadio.com/mediabistro and call in at 646-929-0321. Coming up Monday: NBC’s Chris Hansen.

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Mediabistro Circus Day 2: Around The Blogs

The Mediabistro Circus concluded yesterday, and our mediabistro.com blogs had the entire event covered:

• MediaJobsDaily’s Rachel Kaufman writes about Steve Rubel‘s advice for making employees “rock stars,” as well as why Crowdsourcing creator Jeff Howe isn’t killing your industry.

• PRNewser’s Joe Ciarallo writes about the creative ways, including bribery, Businessweek.com EIC John Byrne got his journalists to respond to comments on articles.

• Galleycat’s Jason Boog has a video interview with Six Apart’s chief evangelist Anil Dash about the “Typepad Journalism Bailout Program” and more.

“Gimme My” Ali Velshi Book Party

velshi_1-15.JPGGalleycat’s Jason Boog writes about CNN chief business correspondent Ali Velshi‘s book party last night in New York.

Gimme My Money Back” was released January 1.

Boog has a video interview with Velshi as well.

CNN EVP Ken Jautz said “We’ve been talking about his book for years. We just needed the perfect hook.”

Velshi also shares his thoughts on the advice given by CNBC’s Suze Orman, FBN’s Dave Ramsey and other experts.

• Tomorrow TVNewser talks to Velshi at CNN HQ.

CBS and FNC Embeds To Write Palin Book

Galleycat’s Jason Boog writes about a just-signed book deal for Scott F. Conroy of CBS News and Shushannah Walshe of Fox News, two former embeds with Sarah Palin.

The working title for the book, being published by PublicAffairs, is “Sarah From Alaska.”

“While we’re obviously going to use our experiences on the trail to report a lot of new information on how the Palin campaign was run, the book is also going to be forward-looking,” Conroy tells Politico.

Around the MB Blogs

• AgencySpy’s Matt Van Hoven reports on a juicy Page Six story re: CNBC’s Donny Deutsch and a married woman.

• FishbowlDC’s Patrick Gavin has more details on a Chris Matthews decision delay.

• Galleycat’s Jason Boog writes about lagging holiday book sales as reported by Nielsen BookScan (although Bill O’Reilly‘s is still at #7).