Morning Links: A New Capital-V Vertical at HuffPost

The Huffington Post launched a Detroit vertical today [HuffPo], as part of their ongoing evolution toward “capital J Journalism.” [Capital NY] But they’ll have to do it without Brad Garlinghouse, head of AOL’s Silicon Valley operations, who is leaving the company. [Giga Om]

OWS arrests led some AP reporters to scoop the wire on Twitter. [New York]

Glenn Beck is planning an animated series for his online TV network with writers from The Simpsons and 24. [The Hollywood Reporter]

A former executive at News International’s Sun is suing the parent company over his abrupt termination in July. [The Guardian]

BBC America is giving a television version of NPR’s ‘Wait Wait, Don’t Tell Me!’ a try. [Decoder]

 

 

Morning Links: A New Capital-V Vertical at HuffPost