10 Things You Need To Know This Morning

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Some media news to start your weekend:

  • A day after having him as a guest on his show, Bill O’Reilly came to Jon Stewart’s defence after another guest, conservative radio host Laura Ingraham, made fun of him. (Mediaite)
  • The Daily News fired its “evil” features editor. (Runnin’ Scared)
  • As well as its managing editor for Politics. (Runnin Scared.)
  • Arianna Huffington fired back at former Washington Post executive editor Leonard Downie Jr., who called HuffPo a “parasite.” Her response: “Once again, some in the old media have decided that the best way to save, if not journalism, at least themselves, is by pointing fingers and calling names. It’s a tactic familiar to schoolyard inhabitants everywhere.” (Politico)
  • Welcome to the new Forbes, where staffers openly criticise the magazine in the blogs they are now required to have. (Daily Finance)
  • Creditors won an auction for The Philadelphia Inquirer and Philadelphia Daily News for the second time. (NYT)
  • Hearst wants to reward its employees for being “innovative.” (Mediaweek)
  • Architectural Digest has a whole bunch of new staffers under its new editor. (New York Observer)
  • The Gourmet Live iPad app has arrived. (Folio)
  • NPR is Tumbling. (The Wrap)

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