Morning Links: Keith Olbermann and Current TV Kiss and Make Up for New Hampshire

Newt Gingrich attributed a Reuters story to the New York Times. [Capital NY] A poor New York marketing executive ostracized

Newt Gingrich attributed a Reuters story to the New York Times. [Capital NY]

A poor New York marketing executive ostracized by Hollywood. [NY Times]

ABC, CBS and NBC news desks are now “counterprogramming,” as opposed to “lockstepping.” [NY Times]

Keith Olbermann helped choose the studio responsible for the technical difficulties that spurred his dispute with fellow Current TV executives. [NY Times]

But he will be “running” Current’s coverage of New Hampshire. [Huffington Post]

Rachel Ray left Random House for Simon & Schuster. [WSJ]

From New York‘s “Workplace Confidential” package:

  • With Jill Abramson tied up with big picture strategy, New York Times managing editor Dean Baquet “has taken a very large role in working the newsroom,” including the daily news report and running the page one meeting.
  • Matt Lauer is a germaphobe who’s embarrassed to do seedy tabloid stories.
  • Page Six was once told to go easy on Anna Wintour.

 

  Morning Links: Keith Olbermann and Current TV Kiss and Make Up for New Hampshire