Revolving Door: Bloomberg TV, the ‘NYTimes’ and Buzzfeed, ‘Elle Accessories’

Here’s Bloomberg TV’s new lineup. [via TVNewser]

Don Lemon is outraged at Tucker Carlson over his defense of The Daily Caller’s Neil Munro. Munro interrupted President Obama during a press conference on Friday where the President was announcing a new policy that would limit deportations for adults younger than age 30. Video below. [h/t Mediaite]

The New York Times and Buzzfeed are going to work together to bring audiences video from both the Democratic and Republican National Conventions. [via]

Elle Accessories is back. [via FishbowlNY]

There was a jazz funeral for the New Orleans Times-Picayune, new job openings are available online, and the new publisher of the Nola Media Group Ricky Mathews published an introductory editorial. [via The Gambit]

Shiba Russell replaces Sue Simmons as the 11pm anchor for New York’s WNBC/Channel 4 newscast. Simmons anchored her last newscast last Friday. She was with the station for 32 years. [via FishbowlNY]

More media world changes below.

Alec Russell has been named news editor at Financial Times. He had been comment and analysis editor there.

Spencer Beck has been named editor-in-chief at Los Angeles Confidential. He had been editorial director at Modern Luxury Media. (FishbowlLA)

Michael Schaffer has been named editorial director at The New Republic. He had been editor-in-chief at Washington City Paper. (FishbowlNY)

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Bob Shrum has been named political columnist at Newsweek/The Daily Beast. He had been contributing editor at The Week. (FishbowlNY)

Rachel Arndt has been named assistant technology editor at Popular Mechanics. She had been assistant editor at Fast Company. (mb)