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Revolving Door Newsletter: 10.18.05

Nightline needs three to replace Koppel and Condé Nast boosts its online presence

October 18, 2005

Now that it's Judy Miller's ethically skewed world, and we just happen to be living in it, we might as well start off the Revolving Door with mediabistro's big news of the week: editor-in-chief Elizabeth Spiers is leaving to finish the novel she just sold to Simon & Schuster and to freelance. Check out for wall-to-wall coverage, and send us your resume when you're finished...

Terry Moran, Cynthia McFadden and Martin Bashir are each one-third the man (or woman) Ted Koppel is. That's one interpretation, anyway, of ABC News'...

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