Morning Links: Bullish on Moving Pictures

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Elizabeth Mayhew at Women’s Day replaced by Susan Spencer, from Time, Inc’s All You. [WWD]

NBC News is getting into E-Books. [NY Times]

Tom Curley, AP news chief, to step down by the end of the year. [Wall Street Journal]

Josh Tyrangiel and Adam Moss think alike? [Capital NY]

The Chicago Sun-Times will no longer endorse political candidates. I mean, have you seen what’s out there? [Chicago Sun-Times]

The Tribune is still game, though. [Romenesko]

Julian Assange is getting his own TV show and it will reach 600 million people, somehow. [Gizmodo]

Happy Birthday, Politico. [Politico]

 

Morning Links: Bullish on Moving Pictures