Revolving Door: WNBC, WSJ on Pinterest, iPad Mags, and More

James Murdoch has resigned from another corporate board. [via]

WNBC has cancelled New York Live née LX New York, effective this fall.

Variety is for sale again.

The Wall Street Journal is using Pinterest for quotes. [via]

Mashable asks why magazines look so bad on the latest iPad.

CNN has cut dozens in its documentary unit. And Bloomberg TV has cut 30 from its staff in order to focus on digital.

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Lisa Tonlin has been named East Coast entertainment and lifestyle editor atThe Associated Press. She had been lifestyle editor there. (FishbowlNY)

Audrey Barnes has been named reporter at WTTG-TV in Washington, D.C. She had been freelance reporter there. (mb)

Natasha Burton has been named staff writer and editor, Weddings and Divorce, The Huffington Post. She had been relationships editor at (mb)

Jolene Bouchon has been named deputy digital editor at Everyday Food. She had been senior Web editor at (mb)

Andrew Feinberg has been named technology reporter at The Hill. He had been deputy editor at (mb)

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