Morning Links: Katie Couric Gets Oprah Time Slot, Ellen Ad Dollars

Katie Couric’s new syndicated show aims to fill the Oprah void but only commands Ellen ad dollars. [NY Post]

10 reporters have been arrested since the OWS camp was removed from Zuccotti Park. [Pixiq]

Nick Denton admits that the new Gawker attracts the wrong kind in the comments section. [AdAge]

Bon Appetit turned the culinary studio at 4 Times Square into a multifunctional party space, BA Kitchen. The bar cart doubles as a DJ turntable. [WWD]

CBS is depressed about The Early Show, but it’s putting on a good face for new hosts Gayle King and Charlie Rose. [NY Times]

Disney CEO Bob Iger was appointed to Apple’s board, fueling Apple TV speculation. [Reuters]

Penguin’s Book Country will help self-publishers for a fee between $100 and $550 and a cut of sales. [WSJ]

Morning Links: Katie Couric Gets Oprah Time Slot, Ellen Ad Dollars