Morning Links: It Doesn’t Matter What We Think About The Daily

The Daily is one year old and doesn’t care what we think. “I don’t care about what people in a 20-block radius of our office say about this product,” editor Jesse Angelo told the New York Times. [NY Times]

Greg Kelly and the tabloids. [Capital NY]

Food advertising is no longer a safe bet. [WWD]

Video ad spending is increasing, which is why print is rushing into streaming. [NY Times]

Choire Sicha says that BuzzFeed should be careful not to spend too much. [NY Times]

NBC apologizes for M.I.A.’s obscene gesture. [WSJ]

Architectural Digest won best business turnaround within Conde Nast. [WWD]

Everything you ever wanted to know about World Star Hip Hop. [NY Mag]

Carson Daly has cockroach-like industry resilience. [NY Mag]

About.com is The New York Times Co.’s problem child. [PaidContent]

 

Morning Links: It Doesn’t Matter What We Think About The Daily