Joan Rivers|No More News Corp. Deal With NYT|Zuckerman Weighs In On Local Journal Section|Bloomberg In A Reuters Ad|Salinger TK| Pay Wall

By Amanda Ernst Comment

Vanity Fair: Former late night host Joan Rivers: Jay Leno isn’t funny.

Editor & Publisher: News Corp. is no longer in talks with The New York Times over printing The Wall Street Journal.

Forbes: New York Daily News publisher Mortimer Zuckerman calls Rupert Murdoch’s plan to launch a local New York section of The Wall Street Journal “a brilliant move”, but worries that there may not be enough advertising to go around for all of the local NY news outlets.

AgencySpy: Would you have been able to tell that there are Bloomberg screens in this ad for Thomson Reuters?

J. Alfred Proofreader: Oops, looks like The New York Times forgot to fill a TK in its obit of J.D. Salinger.

Time: Could the Times‘ pay wall plans imply an impending death for the newspaper? “The online-pay-wall plan is the Times saying things cannot continue at this rate. Something has to give, and the paper is hoping it will be its readers’ purse strings. And if not? What would its fans — and its critics — do without it?”