After last week’s much-discussed TIME magazine breastfeeding cover, Newsweek tries to drum up some chatter with this week’s cover, declaring President Obama the first gay President.
After being pulled from the schedule for the rest of May, newsmagazine Rock Center with Brian Williams is on the fall schedule. [via]
Us Weekly is coming to the iPad.
Rebekah Brooks, former CEO of the British division of News Corp, will find out tomorrow if she will face charges related to the phone hacking scandal.
TV broadcasters are taking on the new Barry Diller-backed Aereo service, which would bring televisions stations to paying customers. New York magazine has a big feature about Diller and Aereo this week.
NBC anchor Natalie Morales will moderate a town hall discussion about election issues impacting U.S. Latinos.
More media moves below:
Andrea Lavinthal has been named style director at People.com. She had been online beauty and style director at US Weekly. (release)
Amina Akhtar has been named executive editor at ELLE.com. She had been fashion director at FashionEtc.com. (mb)
Lauren Mack has been named travel channel editor at The Daily Meal. She had been guide, Chinese culture, at About.com. (release)
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