Morning Links: Hearst Lost Digital Marketer, Not Shy About Digital Circulation

Hearst lost Matt Petersen, who had been hired to integrate the publisher’s expensive digital marketing company, iCrossing. [Adweek]

Lisa Belkin, longtime Times reporter and Motherlode blogger, is heading to HuffPo’s parenting vertical. [WWD]

Fox ordered new episodes of Zooey Deschanel and Liz Meriweather’s New Girl. [Times]

Dismissed News of the World reporter Neville Thurlbeck sued News Corp. for unfair dismissal, claiming he was a whistleblower. [WSJ]

Bill O’Reilly went on The View and didn’t say anything offensive about Muslims. [Huff Po]

Hearst posted its tablet circulation: 300,000, which is 200,000 behind Conde Nast, but unlike Conde, Hearst doesn’t give digital subscriptions free to print subscribers. [WWD]

A newspaper editor was brutally murdered in a Mexican border city for using social media to report on crimes committed by Los Zetas, a drug cartel. [Fox]

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