Morning Links: Bill Keller Addresses His Twitter Critics

Bill Keller not a Luddite, just busy: “I have something of a reputation, within certain circles, mainly the people who spend most of their lives tweeting, for being a digiphobe or a Luddite,” he said. “I don’t think that’s right. The Times on my watch became an incredibly successful digital medium.” [Capital NY]

Bloomberg TV launches “Titans at the Table,” which uses wine and foie gras terrine to get hedge funders to chat about the financial crisis, on the record, while being filmed. Just make sure there’s nothing stuck in your teeth, guys! [Bloomberg TV]

Charlotte Church, the U.K. singer who was promised favorable press for performing a Murdoch clan gathering and later phonehacked by his newspapers, has settled with News International. [WSJ]

Whitney Houston’s face moves magazines. [WWD]

Syrian security forces may have been targeting Marie Colvin and Remi Ochlik, two Western journalists killed in shelling on Homs. [NY Times]

Amazon pulled 4,000 e-books off the shelf in a price dispute with Chicago’s Independent Publishers Group. [NY Times]

Sam Zell on his employees: “In my experience, newspaper people are at least as greedy as anybody else,” he said, “and any perception to the contrary is perpetuated by the media itself.” [NY Times]

Former Times CEO Janet Robinson joined the Fleishman-Hillard International Advisory Board. [PR Newser]

  Morning Links: Bill Keller Addresses His Twitter Critics