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Revolving Door Newsletter: 10.25.11

Murdochs Hear Resounding "No"; A Rose By Any Other Show

October 25, 2011
Rupert Murdoch and the gang did not lose control of the News Corp. board, but the voters sure stated their negative opinions about the first family. James and Lachlan received "no" votes of 35 percent and 34 percent, respectively, in their board reelection campaigns. As Jeff Bercovici points out, the Murdoch family owns 40 percent of the votes, which means the brother duo received negative votes from the majority of the non-Murdoch vote owners. Rupert, for his part, only got 16 percent "no." He will, as always, survive...

Charlie Rose to The Early Show? That's the rumor Brian Stelter confirms. The third-place morning show is considering skewing more political as it tries to break out of the doldrums and Rose would be a nice get. According to the host, he would continue his PBS and Bloomberg TV show... Larry King radio host? He told Talkers that he is very close to signing a deal. The bigger news is that he might be returning to television since he misses covering big stories on a day-to-day basis... Michele Norris will leave All Things Considered for a year. The co-host's husband is working for the Obama campaign... Linda Yaccarino leaves Turner Entertainment where she was a top ad sales executive...

Details' loss is The Daily's gain. The Conde Nast publication's former staffer David Walters leaves for the News Corp. product where he'll be deputy features editor. Additionally, Rich Juzwiak comes on board as culture reporter... Lisa Frazier leaves as CEO of The Bay Citizen. She has been in charge since the beginning in 2009 but departs just six weeks after Jonathan Weber resigned as editor-in-chief to join Reuters. Frazier was making $400,000... Time Digital grabs Jody Jones as SVP. She will start on November 7... Marc Davila signs on as deputy art director at Food Network Magazine. He had been associate art director at Travel+Leisure... Southern Living scores Robert Perino as creative director. He joins from the art director spot at Budget Travel...

LA Weekly signs Sarah Fenske as editor-in-chief. She replaces Drex Heikes and previously worked as managing editor of Riverfront Times, another Village Voice Media product. A few other writers are also gone from LA Weekly... Apple steals data center expert Scott Noteboom from Yahoo. He had been head of the global data center infrastructure division since 2005. Meanwhile, Apple loses Dag Kittlaus, the co-founder of Siri. The departure was both planned and amicable... And there are changes at Twitter, Glamour and more...

October 25, 2011: James Dawson Hollis has been named executive creative director at Ogilvy West. He had been offline creative director at CP+B. (AgencySpy)

October 25, 2011: Bill Wright has been named executive creative director at Ogilvy West. He had been offline creative director at CP+B. (AgencySpy)

October 25, 2011: David Page has been named group planning director at BBDO. He had been group director at CP+B. (AgencySpy)

October 25, 2011: Geoffrey Colon has been named vice president at Ogilvy PR. He had been client services director at Splendid Communications. (PRNewser)

October 25, 2011: David Brooks has been named senior vice president at Ogilvy PR. He had been director of digital strategy at Burson-Marsteller. (PRNewser)

October 25, 2011: Keith Garvin has been named morning co-anchor at KTVT-TV in Dallas. He had been evening anchor there. (TVSpy)

October 25, 2011: Dagmar Midcap has been named evening meteorologist at KNSD-TV in San Diego. She had been meteorologist at WGCL-TV in Atlanta. (TVSpy)

October 25, 2011: Macie McInnis Jepson has been named co-anchor at WEWS-TV in Cleveland. She had been anchor and medical reporter at WFAA-TV in Dallas. (TVSpy)

October 25, 2011: Scott Dimmich has been named weekend meteorologist at WKRC-TV in Cincinnati. He had been morning meteorologist at WEHT-TV in Evansville, Ky. (TVSpy)

October 25, 2011: Karen Wickre has been named editorial director at Twitter. She had been blog strategist and global communications manager at Google. (AllTwitter)

October 25, 2011: Sarah Fenske has been named editor-in-chief at LA Weekly. She had been managing editor at Riverfront Times. (FishbowlLA)

October 25, 2011: David Walters has been named deputy features editor at The Daily. He had been entertainment editor at Details. (FishbowlNY)

October 25, 2011: Rich Juzwiak has been named culture reporter at The Daily. He had been a freelancer. (FishbowlNY)

October 24, 2011: Jody Jones has been named senior vice president of digital at Time Inc. Lifestyle Group. She had been SVP, digital programming and content integration, at Discovery Communications. (release)

October 24, 2011: Robert Perino has been named creative director at Southern Living. He had been art director at Budget Travel. (release)

October 24, 2011: Steve Sosna has been named weather producer at WNBC-TV in New York. He had been meteorologist at KAAL-TV in Rochester, N.Y. (TVSpy)

October 22, 2011: Marc Davila has been named deputy art director at Food Network. He had been associate art director at Travel+Leisure. (mb)

October 21, 2011: Brittany Raynor has been named multi-media manager at Monaco Reps, LLC. She had been creative services coordinator at Glamour. (mb)

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