New York’s young literary set suffered a tragic loss this weekend: Recent Yale alumna Marina Keegan, a former New Yorker intern who was due to move to Williamsburg and start working at the magazine as an editorial assistant on June 11, was killed in a car accident in Cape Cod late Saturday night. Keegan, who was 22, co-wrote The Independents, a folk musical slated for the New York Fringe Festival in August. Her boyfriend is in stable condition at the hospital. The Yale Daily News is now accepting “funny stories, lasting impressions, lessons from a woman gone so young” for publication. [New York Daily News]
In 2011, media executives like Les Moonves, David Zaslav and Jeff Bewkes way out-earned their Wall Street counterparts like Vikram Pandit, Jamie Dimon and Lloyd Blankfein. Maybe we all got into the right field after all. [Bloomberg View]
The Sun‘s Whitehall editor Clodagh Hartley is the 30th tabloid employee to be arrested in Operation Elveden. [Telegraph]
Craigslist congressman-outer Maureen O’Connor is leaving Gawker to edit features at New York‘s fashion blog The Cut, which WWD speculates means it will be meaningfully expanded—spun off into some whole new enterprise, a la culture vertical turned standalone blog Vulture, perhaps? [WWD]
New York magazine’s Joe Hagan has the full scoop on former Times CEO Janet Robinson‘s ouster. Her notorious golden parachute was reportedly a parting gift from a guilty board divided over her departure. [NY Mag]
Sean Hannity will be at Fox News through at least 2016. [New York Daily News]
BBC accidentally illustrated Houla, Syria massacre with a 2003 Iraq photograph. [Poynter]
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