Revolving Door: Lots of Video, An Intern Lawsuit, and More

At an event yesterday, The Huffington Post and AOL introduced The Huffington Post Streaming Network (HPSN), a live network that will broadcast 12 hours per day starting this summer. HuffPo founding editor Roy Sekoff will run the network which he says will be a mix of CNN, The View, and YouTube.

The New York Timeshas launched “Business Day Live,” a live video show that will focus on the top business headlines of the day. It will air each weekday and appear on the outlet’s homepage.

The Wall Street Journal has also launched a new program, “Off Duty,” a lifestyle show based on WSJ Weekend that will air each weekday at 6 p.m. ET on the outlet’s YouTube channel. It will be hosted by reporter Wendy Bounds. This adds to the list of shows that the WSJ already has, including “Lunch Break” and “Mean Street.”

A former Harper’s Bazaar intern is suing Hearst for unpaid minimum wages. According to the lawsuit, accessories intern Xuedan Wang worked unpaid between 40 and 55 hours per week between August and December of last year. The plaintiff and her lawyers hope to build a class-action lawsuit. [via Reuters]

Bloomberg head Lex Fenwick has been named CEO of Dow Jones & Co. He replaces Les Hinton, who left the post in July. Fenwick joined Bloomberg in 1987 and was tapped to head up Bloomberg Ventures in 2007. [via WSJ] has revealed “TheGrio 100,” its list of “history makers and industry leaders” making waves in the U.S. today. Among those on the list are the mayor of Jacksonville, FL, Alvin Brown, Google’s Torrence Boone, and marine biologist Daniell Washington.

Clickthrough for more of the week’s media changes.

Jon Lovett has been named correspondent at The Atlantic. He had been speechwriter for President Obama. (FishbowlDC)

Reena Ninan has been named reporter at ABC News. She had been Middle East correspondent at Fox News Channel. (TVNewser)

Chris Mohney has been named editor-in-chief at Tumblr. He had been senior vice president for content at BlackBook Media. (FishbowlNY)

Kelly Evans has been named on-air reporter at CNBC. She had been reporter at Wall Street Journal. (TVNewser)

Alexis Clark has been named editor at MANHATTAN. She had been senior editor at Town & Country. (FishbowlNY)

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