Morning Links: BSkyB Still Loves James Murdoch

Prometheus Media, which owns The Hollywood Reporter and Adweek, is launching an entertainment division that will take CEO Richard Beckman out of the country “for a considerable about of time,” reports WWD.

Amazon has brokered a deal with NBCUniversal’s Universal Pictures for their streaming service, which will come free with Amazon Prime membership, according to the New York Times.

Fashionista editor Lauren Sherman has been named executive digital editor at Lucky, according to WWD.

ProPublica editor Stephen Engleberg on why reporters shouldn’t think they’re above reporting on sexual misconduct.

James Murdoch has the unanimous support of the BSkyB board, will remain chairman, and will have control of the $1.2B in shares they’re buying back, reports WSJ.

Two months ago Current TV quietly made founder Joel Hyatt a second CEO side by side with Mark Rosenthal. This week Mark Rosenthal left, reports Adweek.   Morning Links: BSkyB Still Loves James Murdoch