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John Legend will perform at the W’s millionth opening this Thursday (h/t Click‘s nightlife reporter). What we know and what we’re reading this Tuesday morning…
E&P: No second bidder showed up with an offer to buy the bankrupt parent of the Chicago Sun-Times as a 5 p.m. deadline expired Monday — and another loomed as the newsroom union remained deadlocked with the sole bidder.
WaPo launched The Climate Agenda yesterday, a special report on climate change news.
It’s “Supreme Court Week” on C-SPAN. To commemorate the reconvening of the court, C-SPAN has a series of specials scheduled, including interviews with all the Justices, which is a TV first. Here’s a behind the scenes video from their coverage.
Apparently Wolf Blitzer was the first to break news that David Letterman would address sex allegations– Wolf’s Twitter.
And other late night hosts react to Letterman’s show.
Conde Nast said yesterday it plans to shutter Gourmet, parenting magazine Cookie, Elegant Bride and Modern Bride.
International Women’s Media Foundation’s “Courage in Journalism Awards” will be held October 26th at the National Press Club. Winners here.