Morning Links: Glenn Beck, Rush Limbaugh, and Magic Johnson

Saks Fifth Avenue sold out of the $350 skirt designed on Fashion Star by 9:30 a.m. [WWD]

Meet Magic Johnson, CEO of Aspire Network. [Fortune]

Google engineer gives up the news, newspapers ask if they can have it back. [Poynter]

Yemeni journalist imprisoned on President Obama’s orders. [The Nation]

Glenn Beck has 300,000 subscribers online, which is more viewers than CNBC has. [WSJ]

Rush Limbaugh joined Twitter. [Yahoo!]

That Microsoft-AOL-Yahoo display advertising deal finally went live. [AdWeek]

Conde Nast will provide advertisers better metrics for iPad editions. [AdAge]

Social media dominance does not equal TV ratings dominance, obviously. [Wrap]


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