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(Illustration by Lauren Payne)

(Illustration by Lauren Payne)

The Daily Beast announced some hires to replace Tina Brown, who is off doing “live journalism.” Noah Shachtman, a former editor at Foreign Policy and Wired, will be the Beast’s new executive editor and  John Avlon, who has been running the site since Ms. Brown’s departure, has been named editor in chief. (The New York Times)

Farhad Manjoo is leaving The Wall Street Journal to replace David Pogue at The New York Times. (Re/Code)

Brendan Ripp, son of Time Inc. CEO Joe,  was just promoted to be the vice president/publisher of Sports Illustrated. (New York Post

Ronan Farrow’s new MSNBC show has been tentatively, if unimaginatively, titled The Ronan Show. (Politico

The Guardian on why they took down Emma Keller’s controversial column. (The Guardian)

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