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Unbeige 2015-01-26 23:30:14
Just in time for the blizzard, Fusion has dumped all over BuzzFeed. The very funny clip above is a preview of Like, Share, Die, an animated sketch show premiering Thursday at 10:30 p.m. on Fusion TV. The 20-episode run of 15-minute installments is powered by the folks at YouTube purveyor Mondo Media. Since we hate spoilers, even minor ones, we’ll simply tell you …


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Unbeige 2015-01-26 22:00:19
TVNewser: Surprisingly, Sex, Drugs and Silicon Valley is not the name of a new app. TVSpy: As you might imagine, a blizzard is a meteorologist’s wet dream. Feel free to use that pun. SocialTimes: Facebook Lite ? which is basically Facebook for crappy phones ? has launched.


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Unbeige 2015-01-26 21:20:38
There are two things that struck us most about Cindra Ladd’s familiarly terrifying Huffington Post essay about Bill Cosby. The first, per the screen grab at right, is how heavily this morning’s piece has already been shared. The second is Ladd’s indirect answer to all those who will fail to fully read the essay and instead casually tweet or observe that here …


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Unbeige 2015-01-26 20:15:54
Twenty-five years ago this month, John McEnroe was tossed from the 1990 Australian Open. For muttering, under his breath in the direction of summoned tournament referee Pete Bellinger, a coarse insult punctuated by an expletive. What McEnroe muttered that day is still a closely guarded secret. And so, it is Mac’s famous 1981 Wimbledon chair umpire putdown (\"You cannot be serious!”) that …


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Unbeige 2015-01-26 19:47:46
Organic Life, a new publication from Rodale expected to hit newsstands in April, has added several staffers. The magazine is led by editor-in-chief Jim Oseland and publisher Ellen Carucci. Below are the editorial additions, followed by three on the sales side. Betsy Andrews joins as editor-at-large. She is a former executive editor of Saveur magazine and former web editor of This Old House. Andrews is also a published author. Karen Shimizu joins …


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Unbeige 2015-01-26 18:30:41
Everyone knows that Donald Trump is not the brightest bulb in the pack and his political ramblings are completely meaningless. Everyone also knows that it’s fun to cover him anyway. Not The Atlantic, though. The magazine is taking a stand against covering Trump… By covering Trump. The Atlantic called out all the news organizations ? Gawker, ABC, the Daily News, CBS, and more ? …


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Unbeige 2015-01-26 18:10:22
Over the weekend, New York Post film critic Lou Lumenick shared a fun look at Orson Welles’ days as a columnist for the paper. From January to November 1945, the filmmaker was paid big bucks to write five weekday columns. In the middle of Welles’ run as an increasingly distracted print journalist, he steered his weekly CBS Radio program This is My …


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Unbeige 2015-01-26 17:00:57
In a wide-ranging interview with Der Spiegel, The New York Times’ executive editor Dean Baquet admitted that the paper failed the American public after 9/11. Baquet was asked if he agreed with James Risen’s suggestion that the media as a whole failed to adequately report on the events surrouding the attacks. “Yes, absolutely,” said Baquet. “The mainstream press was not aggressive enough after …


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Unbeige 2015-01-26 16:26:37
So long, 4 Times Square! Today marks Day 1 for The New Yorker staff at its new headquarters, 1 World Trade Center. The magazine leaves behind its roots in Midtown Manhattan (the area it’s called home for all of its 90 years of existence) and joins its fellow Condé Nast brethren downtown. The current issue, titled “Moving Day,” by Bruce McCall, charmingly illustrates the end …


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Unbeige 2015-01-26 15:45:30
Michael Bloomberg ? media mogul, former mayor, hater of large sodas ? is officially bored. Since returning to Bloomberg LP, Bloomberg has conducted a series of changes that are at best nonsensical and at worst, have created a state of constant chaos among staffers. The man could use a hobby or three. Bloomberg reinstated a policy of closely watching employees. He redesigned the sixth …


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Unbeige 2015-01-26 15:12:38
A man was shot in the chest outside of the News Corp’s midtown offices. Authorities told The New York Post that he was found just a little before 9 am. The unidentified male had a gunshot wound in his chest and a small handgun next to him. Cops believe that the man had shot himself. He was taken to Bellevue Hospital in critical …


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Unbeige 2015-01-26 14:45:32
The Time Inc. cuts that began with Sports Illustrated dropping all of its photographers aren’t over yet. The New York Post reports that the company has also axed All You’s editor and publisher and let go of at least six InStyle staffers. All You’s editor, Nina Willdorf, had been with the magazine since 2012. She took over as editor just last year. The magazine’s publisher, …


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Unbeige 2015-01-26 14:30:26
If an incoming Snowmageddonocalypse isn’t enough to put you in a bad mood, here’s some more unfortunate news: Layoffs are coming to AOL. Recode reports that the company is restructuring its ad sales team, and everyone knows restructuring is just another word for cuts. The changes are coming as a result of AOL using more programmatic advertising. Programmatic ads are exactly what they …


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Unbeige 2015-01-26 14:00:31
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Unbeige 2015-01-26 13:00:18
Click here to receive Mediabistro’s Morning Media Newsfeed via email. Sports Illustrated Lays Off All Remaining Staff Photographers (FishbowlNY) This is the kind of news the National Press Photographers Association wishes it never had to report. But Friday morning, the organization confirmed that the six remaining staff photographers at Sports Illustrated were laid off the day before. New York Post The surprise move, …


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Unbeige 2015-01-26 10:00:37
The cover of the Spring 1997 debut issue of More magazine heralded content for ‘Smart Women.’ Two decades later, the preferred moniker is ‘Fabulous.’ Per a Women’s Wear Daily report by Alexandra Steigrad, the February issue hitting newsstands Tuesday is part of a one-two 2015 redesign punch. A revamp of the website is to follow. From her piece: “We are not a magazine …


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Unbeige 2015-01-25 17:30:33
How do you properly pay tribute to a New York talk show pioneer? For starters, you tell it like it was. Here’s the lede sentence from James Barron‘s New York Times obit: Joe Franklin, who became a New York institution by presiding over one of the most compellingly low-rent television programs in history, one that even he acknowledged was an oddly long-running parade …


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Unbeige 2015-01-24 01:00:26
Ebony launched in November, 1945. Seventy years later, Johnson Publishing CEO Desiree Rogers (pictured) is very astutely trying to sell the photo end of that legacy, to ensure the health of Ebony and other closely associated media endeavors. From the article by Chicago Tribune media reporter Robert Channick: The historic collection spans 70 years of African-American history, chronicling everyone from Martin Luther King Jr. to Sammy Davis …


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Unbeige 2015-01-23 22:00:11
TVNewser: Former CNBC employee Maria Bartiromo is no longer a CNBC fan. GalleyCat: The insufferable Alec Baldwin is about to be even more insufferable ? he has a book deal to write a memoir. SocialTimes: This is pretty cool ? Twitter has launched a translation tool.


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Unbeige 2015-01-23 21:51:25
The exodus from The New Republic continues, with five staffers walking out the door, including chief operating officer Sloan Eddleston and production director Trina Robertson. Design director Erick Fletes, communications director Annie Augustine and story editor James Burnett are also leaving. However, there were a couple of additions to the mag, including Theodore Ross as features director and Paul Biboud-Lubeck, who will …


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