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From Entertainment Tonight to Real Estate All Over

Unbeige - Sat, 03/07/2015 - 23:45

When Mary Hart capped her 2011 retirement from Entertainment Tonight with a fun \"Top Ten List\" on The Late Show, she ended by telling Dave: \"I’ll see you at The Yellowstone Club.\" Letterman has owned a ranch in Montana since 1999 and is known to frequent that nearby exclusive enclave.

This weekend, LA Times celebrity real estate columnist Mary Beale is re-headlining something she first reported for the paper late last month: the record-setting purchase by Hart and husband Burt Sugarman of a Sierra Towers condominium in West Hollywood for $8 million, and plans to sell their LA Live downtown condo.

The real estate trail trodden by Hart since retiring is worthy of the celebrities she covered for so many years. In 2013, the couple sold their Trousdale estate to an Arab sheik. And per a recent Wall Street Journal report, much has been going on at the aforementioned Yellowstone Club since Hart touched on it with Letterman in the spring of 2011:

In 2013, the couple listed their 160-acre Elk Horn ranch in the club for $26.5 million, later reducing its price to $21 million. Now the couple has listed a roughly 7,850-square-foot house for $7.9 million. The five-bedroom house is on a roughly 2½-acre lot with mountain views and a pond. The house also has a game room and home theater.

Sugarman said he and Ms. Hart first bought property in the club in the early 2000s, and have added additional parcels over the years… They are also building two spec homes within the club, with plans to put them on the market when they’re completed.

Sierra Towers was originally developed by Walter and Leo Minskoff, who were also responsible for New York’s Minskoff Theatre.

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An Outpouring of Love for Deceased Cancer Blogger Lisa Bonchek Adams

Unbeige - Sat, 03/07/2015 - 21:15

Late Friday night, Lisa Bonchek Adams’ long and very public battle with breast cancer came to an end. She died peacefully at her Connecticut home at 9:45 p.m. She was 45.

The comments flowing into the blog where Adams connected with people far and wide are full of sadness, yes, but also lots of love and admiration. They are a testament to her feisty and generous spirit. Here is part of one comment left by NPR blogger and College of William and Mary anthropology professor Barbara J. King:

You know how very many people Lisa has touched with her amazing mind and heart, and I just want you to know how much of a difference she made to me also. The very night (May 9, 2013) of my diagnosis with a rare form of uterine cancer (papillary serous carcinoma), I reached out to Lisa because we had some time before begun chatting via Twitter.

Within hours Lisa was there for me – someone she had never met – giving me her thoughts, some asked-for advice and a great deal of vicarious strength. We kept in touch through my treatment and during Lisa’s continuing treatments, although much less so lately. When I wrote about cancer at my NPR blog Lisa’s voice was the strongest and smartest of all.

Over these years – before and after my finding out that I had cancer also – I read not only about Lisa’s disease, her way of meeting it head-on, her straight-on approach to speaking with the media or medical students or whomever was ready to listen – but about all of you, in what Lisa wanted to share with the wider world.

I send you all my condolences and also my joy at all the love in your family. Lisa’s impact on all of us will live on for a very long time.


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Media Minutiae

Unbeige - Fri, 03/06/2015 - 23:00

TVNewser: Lack back! Andrew Lack is returning to NBC as chairman of NBC News and MSNBC.

SocialTimes: Red carpet season was good for publishers’ social media audience. More proof that everyone loves talking about rich strangers.

TVSpy: An Iowa-based news network’s site was caught reposting an item from another network. If you’re going to copy and paste, be a little smarter about the paste.

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RD Recap: Changes at the NYT Media Desk; People StyleWatch Gets a New Editor

Unbeige - Fri, 03/06/2015 - 22:59

The New York Times revamps a media desk that took a beating during the last round of layoffs. John Koblin takes over Bill Carter‘s television beat, a return to the media world Koblin covered at Women’s Wear Daily and the New York Observer. Sydney Ember is the new advertising columnist, replacing Stuart Elliott, while Sarah Lyall will work on media enterprise stories in addition to those in the sports and culture world. Former deputy media editor Bill Brink scores a promotion to the top spot, with BizDay weekend editor Connor Ennis replacing him. Now all that’s left is getting someone to step into the role filled by the irreplaceable David Carr, who passed away last month…

Time Inc. makes changes to its publishing team, expanding the duties of group publishers Charlie Kammerer and Greg Schumann, while naming Ron King as Southern Living‘s new publisher. It sounds like Richard Battista, who has been CEO of Mandalay Sports Media but previously worked at Fox and News Corp, could become the president of Time Inc.’s People and Entertainment Weekly Group. Elsewhere at the company, InStyle deputy editor Lisa Arbetter takes over as editor of People StyleWatch in an effort to revive the brand… National Journal hires Michael Gottlieb as executive director of the Policy Brands Roundtable. He previously served as former associate White House counsel and special assistant to the president of the United States… Field & Stream brings in’s Will Brantley as hunting editor. He’s a frequent contributor to F&SDidi Gluck is More‘s new deputy editor of beauty…Read more

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Andrea Peyser to Lena Dunham: Good Riddance!

Unbeige - Fri, 03/06/2015 - 21:50

The only problem with Peyser’s latest column is that Dunham has not kissed off Brooklyn and New York. Rather, she’s simply decided that when in Los Angeles, she’d prefer to stay at her own digs.

The Girls creator’s home-away-from-home is of a kind that very few print journalists could ever afford:

Dunham, who spends several weeks in Los Angeles each year to work on her show, has bought a $2.7 million, 2,500-square-foot crib off LA’s Sunset Strip that once sheltered the late producer, TV actor and Breakfast at Tiffany’s movie star George Peppard Jr.

It boasts three bedrooms, three bathrooms, a guest house, gardens, a saltwater swimming pool and the kind of hedge-guarded privacy that one can’t find in Brooklyn Heights, where Dunham has lived since December in a more than $4.8 million, four-bedroom condominium apartment with her rocker boyfriend, Jack Antonoff, 30. She also owns a $500,000, one-bedroom pad in the Heights.

As long as Dunham never announces plans for a gender-reversed big-screen The A Team spinoff, a la Ghostbusters, we’re fine with this. Ditto if she ever decides to add a fourth Cabo vacation home in the George-Alma-Rande-Cindy hood.

Previously on FishbowlNY:
Daily Mail Does the Lena Dunham Math
[Photo of Dunham at 2015 Golden Globes HBO after-party: Helga Esteb/]

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Laurel Pinson Named Glamour Digital Editorial Director

Unbeige - Fri, 03/06/2015 - 21:28

cover_glamour_190Laurel Pinson has been named Glamour’s digital editorial director. Pinson comes to the magazine from Stylecaster, where she served as editor-in-chief.

Pinson previously worked as managing editor for NBC Local Media, online editor at Lucky, and programming manager at AOL StyleList.

Pinson’s appointment is effective September 30.

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Necessity the Mother of NYC Drone Film Festival

Unbeige - Fri, 03/06/2015 - 21:15

This weekend, New York City will host what sounds, on paper, like a guaranteed “fly” event: the first-ever Drone Film Festival.

Per NPR/WBUR’s Here and Now, the genesis of the event was rooted in practicality:

The inspiration for the festival came from Randy Scott Slavin, who is the founder and the festival director.

“I bought this thing called a DJI Phantom. It’s the iPhone of drones,” he says. “I had hours and hours and hours of footage around New York, and I finally decided to edit it.” Slaving put the film online and within the next couple of days, received calls from Fox News, Time magazine, Mashable and Gizmodo.

\"When you do something that ends up catching on virally, you submit it to film festivals,\" says Randy. \"So I looked around – let me see whether Cannes had a drone category or Sundance had a drone category or Berlin had a drone category or SouthBySouthwest had a drone category. And there were none. That’s when the idea came to me.\"

The selection of short films (all under five minutes) will screen Saturday night at the Directors Guild of America Theater on West 57th Street. Then, on Sunday, at the Rotary Club in Vaux Park, folks are invited to bring along their drone and participate in a “fly-in.” The panel of judges that helped Slavin select prizes includes NY1’s Pat Kiernan and NBC News’ Janelle Rodriguez.

If you can’t make it to the event, may we recommend this very affordably priced official poster and last fall’s New York magazine feature on the drone scene by Benjamin Wallace-Wells.

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The Most Popular FBNY Posts for The Week

Unbeige - Fri, 03/06/2015 - 21:00

Here’s a look at the posts that made the most buzz the past seven days.

Vox Media Snags The Mary Sure Founder Susana Polo NY Times Mag Cover Fails Basic Geography Time Inc. Makes Publisher Changes People en Español Names Online Exec Editor Marie Claire Names Design Director

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Bklynr Founders Calling It Quits

Unbeige - Fri, 03/06/2015 - 20:45

Here’s what a typical issue of Brooklyn-focused digital publication Bklynr looks like:


Per Capital New York’s Sean Augustine-Obi, the publication is close things down, with one final (larger) issue set for later this month. The only silver lining for the magazine’s contributors and part-time editors is that the decision is not primarily motivated by finances:

Ultimately, Bklynr’s founders never intended for the site to eclipse their full-time jobs. Thomas Rhiel, who had called the site “a side project” in 2013, is a designer and developer at Atavist, and Raphael Pope-Sussman is a senior writer at the Center for Court Innovation. But that won’t stop Rhiel from pursuing future ventures in online media.

… It was a lack of time, not a lack of subscribers, that led to Bklynr’s closure, Rhiel said in a memo to staff.

This feels like the kind of situation where someone else will offer to step in. Read Thursday’s Bklynr memo here.

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A BuzzFeed Knock-Off from Down Under

Unbeige - Fri, 03/06/2015 - 19:00

The parent company (WLK Holdings) can be traced to sunny, booming Perth.

The primary URL ( showcases some millennial-worthy spelling. And the secondary URL (, likely one of several, echos a media enterprise that is famously proving out the equation:

{Jonah Peretti BEACH HOUSE

We’re guessing many of the folks passing around these sincere forms of BuzzFeed flattery are blissfully unaware of the fact that they didn’t come from BuzzFeed. Regardless, this joint is a Top 10,000 website, thanks to headlines like these (taken from our instant-favorite content category, Beauty; click at your own risk):

10 Reasons Women Shouldn’t Take Steroids

14 of the Hottest Female Animated Characters

15 Famous Women with Big Feet

We’re guessing that middle one is the MobileLikez version of “slow news day.”

Just for the hell of it, we sent an official media request to the Likez lad(s). If we actually get a response, we’ll bank it for year-end inclusion in FishbowlNY’s \"12 Companies We Never Expected to Hear Back From.\"

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On Sale at A Very Expensive Photo

Unbeige - Fri, 03/06/2015 - 17:45

As part of a report this week about the recently redesigned New York Times online store, American Public Media’s Marketplace compiled a list of five of the more unusual items available for purchase. Launched 15 years ago as a place to order newspaper reprints, the NYT portal today has a wide array of expanded offerings.

The list item that caught FishbowlNY’s eye is the following. Up for grabs in this 150th anniversary year of Lincoln’s assassination and delivering a profit margin larger than any bundle of old front pages:

4. Dad blazed through that Abraham Lincoln biography you gave him last year? No worries, the Times can sell you a rare, original tintype photo of the president on a ribbon for $2,325.

Tintype photography was invented about ten years before Lincoln’s death and involved the printing of a photo directly onto a metal surface. This rare original is in mint condition and comes with a certificate of authenticity from New York vendor Brigandi Coins & Collectibles. Maybe Michael Bloomberg can buy it.

Read, listen to Marketplace NY-based reporter Sally Herships’ full report here.
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Linked: $16,100-Tie

Brand new - Fri, 03/06/2015 - 16:20
The tie, adorned with 1990s-era NFL team logos, worn by former Toronto mayor Rob Ford during the process conference where he admitted to smoking crack sold for $16,100 on eBay, put up for bidding by Ford himself.... Armin
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Nate Silver Calls Out NY Times

Unbeige - Fri, 03/06/2015 - 16:10

Sorry @nytimes, but Scott Walker’s electoral track record is pretty damned impressive:

— Nate Silver (@NateSilver538) March 6, 2015

Former New York Times staffer and current FiveThirtyEight editor Nate Silver is not impressed with the Times’ analysis of Scott Walker’s electoral record.

The Times Nate Cohn reported that Walker’s performance wasn’t great, but FiveThirtyEight’s Harry Enten disagreed. Enten even dropped this line on Cohn: “I tend to agree with this line of thinking.” Oh dammmmmmnnnn.

Cohn gave his take. Enten rebutted it with pure fire. Then Silver declared a nerd fight.

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Noted: New Logo for Rogers by Lippincott

Brand new - Fri, 03/06/2015 - 16:10
(Est. 1921) "Rogers Communications is a diversified Canadian communications and media company. We are Canada's largest provider of wireless voice and data communications services and one of Canada's leading providers of cable television, high speed internet and telephony services. Through Rogers Media we are engaged... Armin
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Harper Lee Concisely Replies to Journalist

Unbeige - Fri, 03/06/2015 - 15:40

Harper Lee doesn’t talk to the press. Everyone — aside from Connor Sheets, a reporter for — knows this. So Lee reminded him via a short note in the mail:


“Go away! – Harper Lee” was penned by Lee on a two-page letter Sheets had sent her. The letter was obviously the last straw for Lee. Sheets wanted an interview so badly he had contacted the author’s lawyer and publisher. He even went to Lee’s nursing home in Alabama.

Of course Sheets was denied at every turn, but instead of taking the hint, he sent the letter. Lee’s reply will hopefully settle the matter once and for all. It certainly made us like her even more than we already did.

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Former Fox Exec Frontrunner for Time Inc. President Role

Unbeige - Fri, 03/06/2015 - 15:20

Time Inc. is still searching for the right person to take on the newly-created role of president of People and Entertainment Weekly, but it seems the field has finally narrowed. The New York Post reports that Richard Battista, a former Fox and News Corp. exec is the frontrunner for the job.

Battista is currently the CEO of Mandalay Sports Media, a role he has held since 2013. He previously spent 18 years at Fox and News Corp., and from 2008 to 2010 he served as president of National Cable Networks. In that role, Battista oversaw such popular networks as FX and National Geographic.

As for print experience, well, there’s a little of that in Battista’s blood. He served as CEO of Gemstar-TVGuide from 2004 to 2008.

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FishbowlNY Newsstand: Your Morning at a Glance

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Morning Media Newsfeed: Samantha Bee Heads to TBS | NYT Staffs Media Desk

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Samantha Bee Exits The Daily Show to Host TBS Series (THR / The Live Feed)
Samantha Bee is expanding her relationship with TBS. Days after the Turner-owned network picked up the scripted family vacation comedy series she exec produces with husband Jason Jones, the Daily Show correspondent has landed her own series at TBS. Deadline The new show, which is in the early stages of development, is being planned as a platform for Bee \"to apply her smart and satirical point of view to current and relevant issues,\" TBS said, but did not specific if it would air in primetime or, more likely, in late-night. In addition to hosting, Bee will serve as executive producer on the show, along with Jones; it would be produced by TBS. Variety Bee is expected to continue to appear on The Daily Show through the start of production on the TBS vacation series, and then contribute occasional pieces as her new program goes through development. Should the new series launch on air, she would presumably leave the Comedy Central program entirely. Mashable Following Jon Stewart’s announcement of his Daily Show departure back in February, Bee was considered a frontrunner for the big chair. Capital New York Stewart will leave the program later this year. With Bee and Jones out of the picture, the number of in-house candidates has dwindled. John Oliver, considered a favorite for the job after filling in for Stewart in 2013, left to host his own topical show on HBO, Last Week Tonight. HBO, as it happens, is a sister network to TBS.

NYT Shuffles Media Desk (FishbowlNY)
The New York Times has made several changes to its media desk in the wake of buyouts and David Carr’s death. Politico / Dylan Byers on Media Bill Brink has been promoted to media editor. Brink, who has served as deputy media editor since 2011, will now oversee all media coverage. He will report to Dean Murphy, the business editor, and the former media editor Peter Lattman, who was promoted to deputy business editor in October. Connor Ennis, the Business Day weekend editor, will become his deputy. HuffPost Styles reporter John Koblin heads to the television beat, assuming a key industry perch recently vacated by veteran writer Bill Carter, who took a buyout. Koblin, who joined the Times in 2013, had previously covered media for Deadspin, WWD and The New York Observer. Capital New York Filling the hole created by longtime advertising columnist Stuart Elliott, who took a buyout, is Sydney Ember, an up-and-comer within the Times’ DealBook section who now “will help us make sense of the profound and complex changes in the advertising business, from the rise of ad tech to the dramatic shift of marketers’ ad dollars to mobile and social,” according to a Thursday staff memo from Murphy and Lattman.

Kathleen Matthews Likely to Run for Chris Van Hollen’s Seat (Politico)
Kathleen Matthews, Marriott International’s executive vice president and chief global communications and public affairs officer, and wife of MSNBC’s Chris Matthews, is planning to run for the seat of Rep. Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.). TVNewser Chris isn’t the only Matthews with a TV news background, as Kathleen spent 25 years as a local news anchor at ABC’s Washington, D.C. affiliate WJLA. She \"retired\" from news in 2006 to join Marriott. TVSpy Van Hollen is looking to replace retiring senator Barbara Mikulski in 2016. Politico, which is owned by Robert Allbritton of the Allbritton family, which once owned WJLA, says Matthews has been interviewing political consultants.

Fox Business Network Inks Trish Regan (TVNewser)
Fox Business Network has signed Bloomberg’s Trish Regan as an anchor and markets reporter. Her first day on FBN will be April 6. In addition to her role at FBN, Regan will also provide financial commentary across Fox News Channel programs and on Business Insider Regan was previously anchor of Bloomberg TV’s Street Smart. She came to Bloomberg from CNBC. Variety She has also worked as a financial correspondent for the CBS Evening News and an anchor at CBS affiliate KPIX. Regan spent time working in the emerging debt markets group at Goldman Sachs and at hedge fund DE Shaw while pursuing a degree in American history at Columbia University. She is a member of The Council on Foreign Relations and the author of Joint Ventures: Inside America’s Almost Legal Marijuana Industry.

Matt Seiler Leaving CEO Role at IPG Mediabrands (Ad Age)
IPG Mediabrands’ Matt Seiler is stepping down from his post as global CEO at the company, Interpublic confirmed on Thursday, marking the latest in a series of senior leadership changes at Interpublic Group’s powerful media agency network. AgencySpy Seiler will be succeeded by Henry Tajer, currently global chief operating officer at IPG Mediabrands, who will relocate from Sydney to New York for the position. WSJ / CMO Today Seiler, who had held the global CEO role since January 2011, will remain Mediabrands’ chairman through the end of the year. He previously served as global CEO of UM and also had senior roles at Omnicom agencies. Interpublic last month reported 5.5 percent organic revenue growth for the year. Adweek IPG CEO Michael Roth credited Seiler with embracing innovation generally and specifically, automated ad buying and pay-for-performance contracts with marketers. It’s not clear where Seiler will land after his wind down as chairman.

Layoffs Hit Viacom’s TV Land; Esquire, E! Consolidate Marketing Posts (Variety)
Layoffs were implemented at TV Land Thursday, a cost-cutting move that is part of the recent restructuring of the cable network management of parent Viacom Inc. It’s not immediately clear how many positions were eliminated at TV Land. The pink slips are part of a restructuring unveiled last month that winnowed Viacom’s cable holdings from three distinct groups to two, one for music and entertainment headed by Doug Herzog, the other for kids and family fare headed by Nickelodeon chief Cyma Zarghami. Deadline A pair of E! execs are exiting their posts as the cable net is merging its marketing team with Esquire. SVP of marketing solutions Tim Rosta and Leigh Anne Gardner, SVP of print, online design and on-air design, are heading out.

Katharine Viner Wins Staff Ballot for Guardian Editor (The Guardian)
Staff of the Guardian and Observer have voted in favor of Katharine Viner, the current editor-in-chief of Guardian U.S., in an indicative ballot on who should be the next editor-in-chief when Alan Rusbridger steps down after 20 years this summer. Politico / Dylan Byers on Media The vote means Viner must be on the short list of three candidates from which the owner of the newspapers, the Scott Trust, will pick the next editor. In second place was Emily Bell, director of the Tow Center for Digital Journalism at Columbia University and a former editor of the Guardian. Janine Gibson, editor-in-chief of and widely believed to be the first choice, was in a close third place.

Nightline, Tonight Show Claim February Sweep Victories (Deadline)
ABC Thursday morning boasted Nightline had won its first ever February sweep in its later timeslot in total viewers, clocking ABC’s largest overall February sweep crowd in the slot in eight years. It was, ABC noted, the late-night newsmag’s second consecutive win in overall audience and its third of the last four. Variety The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, boosted in part by a weeklong trip to Los Angeles, drew nearly as many young adults (1.451 million/1.14 rating) as the combined totals of ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live (808,000/0.64 rating) and CBS’ Late Show With David Letterman (668,000/0.53 rating), according to \"live plus same-day\" Nielsen estimates.

Harrison Ford Injured in Small Plane Crash (Variety)
Harrison Ford was hospitalized on Thursday after crash landing a plane in Venice, Calif. The 72-year-old actor crash landed on Penmar Golf Course after something apparently went wrong mechanically with the single-engine plane at around 2:25 p.m. TheWrap During a press conference, Patrick Butler, 11th district chief for the Los Angeles Fire Department, said that Ford — who Butler did not identify by name — was \"initially rescued by some bystanders who were here on the golf course\" and was transported to a local hospital \"in fair to moderate condition.\"

FNC’s Bob Beckel Takes Time Off The Five (TVNewser)
Fox News Channel’s Bob Beckel has been missing from The Five roundtable since Feb. 16. A FNC spokesperson said: \"Bob is taking some time off from The Five to focus on health issues, including an ailing back.\"

CBS Sponsors Newseum’s ‘Reporting Vietnam’ Exhibit in Honor of Bob Simon (TVNewser)
CBS has announced it will sponsor an exhibit at the Newseum, \"Reporting Vietnam,\" in honor of Bob Simon, the 60 Minutes correspondent killed in a car crash last month.

NY Post Launches Comedy Site (FishbowlNY)
The New York Post is gambling that this \"smartphone\" trend is going to stick with the launch of Internet Action Force, a comedy site with a mobile-friendly lean.

Sling TV’s Web-TV Service Attracts at Least 100,000 Sign-Ups in First Month (Re/code)
Sling TV, Dish Network’s Web-TV service, has been open to U.S. customers for just over a month. And so far, it seems like Sling has generated some attention: Sources say at least 100,000 people have signed up to check out the $20-a-month service.

Conan in Cuba Clocks 2 Million Viewers on Opening Night (Deadline)
An average of nearly 2 million people watched the premiere of Conan in Cuba on opening night. For comparison’s sake, 642,000 watched O’Brien’s late night show, Conan, one night earlier. TVNewser \"Reporting\" from a rooftop in Havana, O’Brien decided the life of a foreign correspondent isn’t all that difficult. \"I’m now realizing Anderson Cooper has a very easy job,\" O’Brien said, as he brought viewers moment-to-moment updates on the barking of a dog. \"This is what they do on CNN.\"

CNN Tests New Ways to Mix Ads With News (Variety)
Do ads belong in the ubiquitous news ticker that scrolls along during so many TV-news broadcasts? CNN is willing to find out. The Time Warner-owned cable news outlet is open to the idea of running an advertiser’s logo in its bottom-of-the-screen zipper, so long as the appearance is tailored appropriately, said Katrina Cukaj, executive vice president of CNN ad sales.

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Reviewed: Friday Likes 120: From Fuzzco, Jules Tardy, and Ryan Romanes

Brand new - Fri, 03/06/2015 - 12:52
A little bit of everything in this week's selections with work from Charleston, Brooklyn, and Melbourne.... Armin
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Howler Updated for Natural Media, Animation and Video Creation - Fri, 03/06/2015 - 00:00

This modestly-priced Windows graphics application for natural media painting, video, animation, 3D and visual effects has been updated with new functionailty geared to video artists.

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