WSJ Cuts Down Frequency Of Ad Column|Boston Globe Names New DC Bureau Chief|ABC News Refutes RNC Claims Of Unfairness|Brian Graden Leaves MTV|It Will Get Better For Mags, After It Gets Worse

AgencySpy: The Wall Street Journal will be running its advertising column less often — twice a week instead of five times. Says the ‘Spy: “The section has been around for decades, and after you cut it to twice a week, there’s not much left to cut.”

FishbowlDC: The Boston Globe has named political editor Christopher Rowland DC bureau chief. He is replacing Peter Canellos who was moved up to edit the Globe‘s editorial pages last week.

TVNewser: ABC responded to the Republican National Committee’s claim that the network is excluding “opposing voices” during next week’s planned coverage of Pres. Barack Obama’s national health care plan.

New York Post: MTV Networks’ Brian Graden “is leaving as part of a broader reorganization” of the company. He is credited with bringing shows like “South Park” and “The Osbournes” to MTV and Comedy Central.

Mediaweek: New research predicts that the magazine industry will rebound by 2013 but only after hitting an all time low sometime soon.