Morning Links: The New York Times is Long on Words and Subscribers

Gilt Home threw a party at Tom Delavan’s apartment and it felt like a really good pre-recession magazine party. Martha Stewart wore her leather. [WWD]

NPR didn’t even know their opera host had been fired by an affiliate for participating in Occupy Wall Street. [Decoder]

Fox News added two more debates to the GOP primary race, in December and January, putting us at 15. [Cutline]

The Times has acquired 324,000 new subscribers thanks to the pay wall, already well ahead of their one-year goal of 300,000. [Capital NY]

Jill Abramson thinks NYT stories are too long. [Politico]

Everyone’s looking forward to this year’s News Corp. shareholder’s meeting. [NY Times]

Star profiler (and profiler to the stars) Vanessa Grigoriadis reads Rolling Stone, where she is a contributing editor, “as soon as it comes in the mail.” It’s “almost like [her] guilty pleasure.” [Atlantic]

 

Morning Links: The New York Times is Long on Words and Subscribers