Revolving Door: More Murdoch News, An ‘InStyle’ App, and More

Sources  in the know are murmuring about the possibility that James Murdoch will step out of the picture at News Corp. During his appearance on the earnings conference call last week, Rupert Murdoch said COO Chase Carey was his right-hand man, seeding the idea that Murdoch is not next in line to the top. News Corp. denies this. Arrests related to the phone hacking scandal continue and a letter has surfaced indicating that those in charge knew hacking was happening. [via Reuters]

InStyle has launched a mobile pop-up store for iPhone and Android users. [via Mashable]

The Huffington Post re-introduces But AOL is still having issues.

Speaking of The Huffington Post, they’ve got a big update on Capital New York, a New York-centric site that’s got new reporters and funding.

And PRWeek is looking for a new news editor.

Click through for more news you can use about changes in the media.

Justine Rosenthal has been named senior editor at The Newsweek Daily Beast Company. She had been editor at National Interest. (Adweek)

Edmund Lee has been named media reporter at Bloomberg News. He had been digital media reporter at AdAge. (FishbowlNY)

Shiba Russell has been named anchor at WNBC-TV in New York. She had been weekend co-anchor there. (FishbowlNY)

Chris Rovzar has been named online editor at Vanity Fair. He had been editor and lead writer at Daily Intel. (release)

Karl Penhaul has been named special foreign correspondent at Univision News. He had been international correspondent at CNN. (release)

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