Sad news to report (we have too much of that lately): The New York Times’ Anthony Shadid, a Pulitzer Prize winner covering events in Syria, died yesterday of an asthma attack. He was 43 years old. The Times has more detail.
Pat Buchanan and MSNBC have “parted ways.” Buchanan, a conservative political commentator, had been suspended for the past four months after the publication of his book Suicide of a Superpower, which many called racist, homophobic, and anti-Semitic. MSNBC president Phil Griffin said the book should not “be part of the national dialogue.” Buchanan says it’s a win for blacklisters. He’s also said this.
Crazy news to report (we’ve had a little of that as well): Nancy Grace went on Good Morning America this week in a wrong-headed attempt to defend her implications earlier this week that Whitney Houston’s death wasn’t an accident. Despite Dan Abrams’ voice of reason, Grace refused to see the error of her ways. [via TVNewser]
CNN has canceled a March 1 Republican debate after Mitt Romney and Ron Paul decided not to participate. [via Yahoo News]
In other CNN news, the network has broken up with Larry King.
The MSG Network is heading back to Time Warner Cable. Thanks Jeremy Lin! (And Gov. Cuomo.)
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Jade Frampton has been named senior market editor at Elle. She had been market editor there. (mb)
Buck Wolf has been named executive editor, crime and weird news atHuffington Post. He had been senior editor there. (mb)
Christine Mattheis has been named editor at Fitbie.com. She had been associate health editor at Family Circle. (mb)
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