Morning Links: Hell Hath No Fury Like Marianne Gingrich

Bon Appetit has hired a former Top Chef contestant to shill their licensed cookware on the Home Shopping Network. [WWD]

ABC will finally air its “bombshell” interview with Marianne Gingrich (Newt’s second wife, he cheated on her and left her for Calista) on Nightline tonight. The one his daughters have been begging ABC not to air.  [Gawker]

News International is responsible for the break up of Sadie Frost and Jude Law. Basically. [Huffington Post]

Are TV journalists under-covering SOPA because their bosses have so much skin in the game? [NY Times]

Vice co-founder Shane Smith challenged Mark Wahlberg to a fight in response to his 9/11 comments. [Gawker]

7,300 reporters and editors are in the 1%, i.e. make more than $380,000 a year. Three freebies: Anna, Graydon, David. [Poynter]

The Week gets a new publisher from Wenner media. People seem to be really into this Week thing. [Adweek]

West Coast people seem shocked that the New York Times bought a billboard for its Bits blog outside San Francisco. Imagine if they rode the subway. [AllThingsD]

Morning Links: Hell Hath No Fury Like Marianne Gingrich