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  • CBS Eyes Start of New Events Business

    CBS is banking on the Beatles to help it start a new line of business. On February 9, CBS News is slated to hold a live event to mark the 50th anniversary - to the day - of the band's first American television appearance on CBS' "The Ed Sullivan Show." A...
  • Metropolitan Museum of Art to name costume institute for Anna Wintour

    Metropolitan Museum of Art to name costume institute for Anna Wintour
    Her name is at the top of the masthead of Vogue magazine. This spring, it will also grace the newly renovated costume institute at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. The Met announced Tuesday that it is naming the building housing its costume...
  • Joe LaBracio to Lead Alternative Programming at Conde Nast Entertainment

    Joe LaBracio has been named exec veep of alternative programming at Conde Nast Entertainment. In his new post, LaBracio will report to CNE prez Dawn Ostroff and spearhead the development and production of unscripted programming across Conde Nast's...
  • One World Trade Center named tallest building in U.S.

    One World Trade Center named tallest building in U.S.
    One World Trade Center in New York has been named the tallest building in the U.S., displacing the Willis Tower in Chicago. The ruling was announced on Tuesday by the Height Committee of the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat, an international...
  • Conde Nast cancels internship program amid lawsuit

    Conde Nast cancels internship program amid lawsuit
    Amid accusations that it violated minimum-wage and overtime laws, magazine publisher Conde Nast has canceled its internship program, a spokesman confirmed Wednesday. Two former interns sued Conde Nast, publisher of magazines that include the New...
  • TWC to carry Al Jazeera America, Jamie Dornan cast in '50 Shades'

    TWC to carry Al Jazeera America, Jamie Dornan cast in '50 Shades'
    After the coffee. Before World Series ratings come in.   The Skinny: I didn't catch the whole Red Sox victory, but got to the gym just in time to see the Cardinals' Carlos Beltran rob David Ortiz of a grand slam. Thursday's stories include a big...
  • Duchess of Cambridge wears Alexander McQueen to christening

    Duchess of Cambridge wears Alexander McQueen to christening
    We've known for a long time that Prince George would be christened in a replica of a christening gown made for Queen Victoria's eldest daughter, circa 1841. But what about his mother? The duchess of Cambridge picked Alexander McQueen for the christening...
  • 'Under the Dome's' Neal Baer, 'Warehouse 13′ Duo Set CW Drama

    A series of pulp fiction novels are the unlikely inspiration for an untitled supernatural drama project at the CW from "Warehouse" 13 scribes Ben Raab and Deric Hughes and "Under the Dome" showrunner Neal Baer. The project is also bringing Dawn Ostroff...
  • Internship abuse: The Conde Nast case, and more

    Internship abuse: The Conde Nast case, and more
    It’s easy to say that unpaid or barely-paid interns at Conde Nast magazines or other companies shouldn’t take the job if they don’t like the conditions, and that they certainly shouldn’t turn around and sue over it. But that take...
  • Cycling Central Avenue in search of history -- and potholes

    Cycling Central Avenue in search of history -- and potholes
    South Los Angeles is playing a leading role in the city’s movement toward healthier living and complete streets. That’s something that Tafarai Bayne of TRUST South L.A. wanted to make clear Sunday as cyclists were about to begin a ride from...
  • Peter Kaplan, NY Observer Editor Who Hired Candace Bushnell, Dies at 59

    The former New York Observer editor who hired a then-unknown Candace Bushnell to write a column called "Sex and the City" has died. Peter Kaplan was 59. Kaplan's wife, Lisa Chase, says he died Friday of cancer in New York City. Kaplan edited the...