Morning Links: Unfit For Huffington Post’s ‘Good News’ Vertical

MTV’s surviving original veejays have a book deal for an oral history of MTV. We swear we’ve already read that. Also, “surviving,” ugh, how grim. [Yahoo!]

If David Letterman’s contract is renewed, which it probably will be, he will outrun Johnny Carson. [NY Times]

Fellow old TV person Larry King still hasn’t found a job post-CNN so he’s got some online “initiative” backed by Carlos Slim. Doesn’t anyone retire anymore? [The Wrap]

On Twitter, Rupert Murdoch said he “screwed up” with MySpace, but he learned valuable lessons, like that social networks are for confessing. [Twitter]

A really rich kid who co-founded Facebook is the only person interested in buying The New Republic. [HuffPo]

The Huffington Post launched a ‘Good News’ vertical. If you asked us we’d say it’s probably empty. [HuffPo]

Morning Links: Unfit For Huffington Post’s ‘Good News’ Vertical