Morning Links: Slate's Cast Offs Landed OK

Jonathan Chait left The New Republic for New York, which left his spot open for the recently laid off Tim Noah. [Politico]

Newsweek hired Plum TV president Rob Gregory, a risky choice considering he left the Miami luxury media company in total shambles. [Adweek]

A Guardian journalist has been questioned by police about leaks from Operation Weeting, the investigation into News International phonehacking. [Guardian]

Elle fashion editor Joe Zee taught Nicole Miller how to appeal to 20-30 year old consumers: Putting bloggers in the front row at Fashion week. [WWD]

Barclays’s ad-spending forecast looks bleak, especially for print. [Business Insider]

Sponsoring The New York Times iPad app buys you a full digital magazine insert. [MediaPost]

 

Morning Links: Slate's Cast Offs Landed OK