Morning Links: All the Iconic Reality TV Brands

Fear Factor, “one of the most iconic brands in reality,” is back and grosser than before. [NY Times]

Jeff Bewkes is offering an all cash bid to Endemol, the Amsterdam reality television studio behind Big Brother, Deal or No Deal and Extreme Makeover: Home Edition. [NY Post]

No third season for Nate Berkus. [Broadcasting & Cable]

The latest in The Daily Show-ification of the news: Mo Rocca has been named CBS Sunday News correspondent. [Deadline]

Anchorwomen now allowed to have children. [NY Times]

HBO is really into incest this year. [NY Times]

When free speech plus SEO skills equals defamation. [NY Times]

“Enough is enough,” says family of Milly Dowler, the murdered child whose voicemail was hacked by News of the World. [Guardian]

The Huffington Post has partnered with El Pais to form El Huffington Post, in the style of La Huffington Post. [Capital NY]



Morning Links: All the Iconic Reality TV Brands