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  • Tinder resolves sexual harassment lawsuit; marketing chief resigns

    Tinder resolves sexual harassment lawsuit; marketing chief resigns
    The dating app start-up Tinder has resolved a sexual harassment lawsuit lodged by one of its early employees without admitting wrongdoing, and one of the executives targeted by the lawsuit has left the company. Whitney Wolfe, who describes herself as...
  • Demand Media Hires Sean Moriarty, Ex-CEO of Ticketmaster, as Chief Exec

    Internet media, advertising and e-commerce company Demand Media named Sean Moriarty, former chief exec of Ticketmaster, as CEO and member of its board. Moriarty most recently was CEO of Saatchi Art, an online art-gallery marketplace operated by Saatchi...
  • Nanula takes leave from Miramax! CNN bringing back 'Crossfire'

    Nanula takes leave from Miramax! CNN bringing back 'Crossfire'
    After the coffee. Before going back to my salad diet. The Skinny: Had dinner at the iconic diner Pann's on Wednesday night and now I can't move. But it was worth it. Thursday's headlines include a potential scandal involving a top Miramax executive, CNN...
  • CBS inks deal with Verizon; Disney/ABC TV unit lays off workers

    CBS inks deal with Verizon; Disney/ABC TV unit lays off workers
    After the coffee. Before Joe rethinks his vacation plans. The Skinny: The boss is going on vacation next week and wisely giving me reign over the Fix. Or maybe not so wisely, given I stayed up too late watching "The Thick of It" on Hulu. Today's...
  • New York Fashion Week spring 2014: Diane von Furstenberg review

    NEW YORK -- There's been a lot of grousing about New York Fashion Week this season -- the packed crowds, the packed schedule, the faraway venues. And on Sunday afternoon, Diane von Furstenberg, president of the Council of Fashion Designers of America,...
  • J.K. Rowling and Warner Bros. back in biz! 'Better Call Saul' in works.

    J.K. Rowling and Warner Bros. back in biz! 'Better Call Saul' in works.
    After the coffee. Before deciding whether to pick the Jets or Patriots.   The Skinny: I love the Saul Goodman character on "Breaking Bad," but anytime I hear the words "spinoff," "prequel" or "sequel," I get very nervous as visions of "Joey" start...
  • Tina Brown: Goodbye, Daily Beast. Hello, book deal.

    Tina Brown: Goodbye, Daily Beast. Hello, book deal.
    Just after news that she'll leave the Daily Beast, Tina Brown has announced that she will publish "Media Beast," a memoir "of her years at the top of the media world," as publisher Henry Holt describes in it a news release. Holt confirms that the book,...
  • Deanne Barkley dies at 82; pioneering TV executive

    Deanne Barkley dies at 82; pioneering TV executive
    Deanne Barkley, who broke through the glass ceiling in network television to become an influential executive in the early 1970s, when few women had the power to develop prime-time programs, died April 2 in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii. She was 82. The cause...
  • Tony Award nominations! YouTube's FreddieW makes an impression.

    Tony Award nominations! YouTube's FreddieW makes an impression.
    After the coffee. Before remembering that whatever happens today will be a distant memory a week from now. The Skinny: I got to see an ostrich up close last night. I don't know why ostriches and camels are my two favorite animals. These days it doesn'...
  • Aereo doesn't want to take its legal fight on the road

    Aereo doesn't want to take its legal fight on the road
    A lawsuit to stop lawsuits? That's the latest twist in the fight between Aereo, a start-up company that streams broadcast TV signals over the Internet, and the networks trying to put it out of business. Aereo recently announced that it would expand...
  • Sagging legacy networks seek a reversal of fortune

    Sagging legacy networks seek a reversal of fortune
    NEW YORK — This week, the streets of midtown Manhattan will once again swarm with TV executives trying to woo ad buyers to their upcoming fall lineups with splashy presentations, star-packed cocktail parties and plentiful swag. But there's an...