Morning Links: News from The New York Times’ Redheaded Stepchild.

About.com has chosen a new CEO, former CFO Darline Jean, amid falling revenues (17.3% this quarter). They’re having a hard time bouncing back from new anti-content farm Google algorithms. [New York TImes]

Streaming versions of The Simpsons, Glee, and other Fox shows will be behind a paywall for the first eight days after broadcast. You’ll need either cable or a Hulu paid subscription. [Wall Street Journal]

Blogger Guido Fawkes’ claims that Piers Morgan admitted to phonehacking appear to have been overblown. [Forbes]

The board of BSkyB still trusts James Murdoch. Chairman Nicholas Ferguson gave his support to James, suggesting he will get to stay a non-executive chairman. [Guardian]

Morning Links: News from The New York Times’ Redheaded Stepchild.