Morning Links: Chelsea Clinton Joins IAC Board

Salon is no longer up for sale, but it is open to partnerships, and is launching a premium service which includes freebies like music downloads and a subscription to Food and Wine. Also it is relaunching to be more populist, calling for an “American Spring.” [HuffPo]

Meet Ken Chandler, squeezed out of the Post by Murdoch’s friends and family, now editor of conservative powerhouse Newsmax. [Capital]

Relaxnews acquired Paris Modes TV. [WWD]

Chelsea Clinton has joined the board of Barry Diller’s IAC. She gets $50,000 and stock options. We expect some synergy with the new Daily Beast Newsweek foundation, Women in the World. [paidContent]

In the wake of the News Corp. phone hacking scandal, the Labour Party proposes licensing journalists. [Guardian]

Without Keith Olbermann, MSNBC is very close to falling behind CNN, which now has Anderson Cooper. [New York Times]

Morning Links: Chelsea Clinton Joins IAC Board