Morning Links: Big Day for Obituaries

InStyle is opening a pop-up shop, but it’s a digital store. It exists in real life, but it also has touch screens. We miss magazines. [WWD]

Heather Harde left TechCrunch AOL; Michael Arrington has feelings about that. [Uncrunched]

Lauren Purcell, executive editor of Conde Nast’s Self was made editor in chief of Meredith’s Every Day with Rachel Ray. [Folio]

The Justice Department said that Comcast ceo Brian Roberts has to pay a $500,000 penalty for failing to notify antitrust authorities before adding voting securities to his compensation package. [Reuters]

Magazine publishers say MRI’s reports of their death are greatly exaggerated. [Adweek]

Rodale to hire the Barnes and Noble executive responsible for Nook. [Decoder]

The New York Times raised its home delivery prices. [Poynter]

Time lost its only black correspondent. [The Root]

The author of the Washington Post obit for Vaclav Havel was J.Y. Smith, the first ever WaPo obituary editor, and he has been dead since 2006. [Romenesko]

 

 

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