Morning Links: Chelsea Clinton Has a New Job

Today is Chelsea Clinton’s first day as a NBC special correspondent. [NY Times]

CBS almost grabbed Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezkinski from MSNBC. After Steve Burke killed the deal, they settled for Charlie Rose and Gayle King. [Newsweek]

Sky News tweeted that James Murdoch had been arrested and then quickly deleted the message. One Sky reporter claimed they may have been hacked. [Business Insider]

Wendi Deng is working on bridging the Chinese and American film industries, flirts with interviewers. [Guardian]

Newsweek will not publish its traditional election issue, which ran two days after the election and cost about $1 million to report. It yielded some of the juiciest election details, but according to editors, those aren’t worth sitting on in today’s news cycle. [Decoder]

Michele Bachmann’s camp is accusing CBS of having a liberal bias in its coverage of an all-Republican debate, namely by not wanting to interview her. [Mediaite]

This year’s New York gift guide brought to you by the Muppets movie? [NY Mag]

The longer we pretend journalists are objective, the longer we have to put up with James O’Keefe’s inane videos. [Atlantic]

Morning Links: Chelsea Clinton Has a New Job