Morning Links: Conde Nast Succession Speculation

Here’s a list of editors who could possibly replace Graydon, Anna, and David. [AdWeek]

The New Republic has hired Blackstone Group to look for investors/buyers. They’ve reached out to Huffington Post/AOL, Yahoo!, Reuters, Bloomberg, Atlantic Media, News Corp. Washington Post Co. and, reportedly, us. [WSJ/DealBook]

ABC is screening a new show in movie theaters first. Whatever works. [WSJ]

UK cable giant BSkyB no longer offering Current TV to subscribers. [Guardian]

MSNBC has indefinitely suspended Pat Buchanan, anti-racism activism group Color of Change announced. [Daily Caller]

New York Times Co. regional journalists who have been bought by Halifax Media Group do not have to comply with its bananas non-compete. [Poynter]

For democracy to function, journalists and cops must drink together. [Independent]

Times op-ed columnist Nicholas Kristof is “not particularly opinionated,” just wants to make a difference in the world. [Fast Company]

Morning Links: Conde Nast Succession Speculation