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'
Daily Dose: Guess I'll finally be able to see what "Fault Lines" is all about.
YouTube's me-too: To paraphrase Ron Burgundy, streaming music services are kind of a big deal right now. YouTube is already pretty much the top destination for young people trying to catch up on what's hot in music, so the
Good work if, you can afford it: Faced with a legal fight over minimum wage, the publisher Conde Nast is getting rid of its internship program. Interns from the company's W Magazine and the New Yorker said their internships, often a steppingstone for budding media pros, violated labor laws. Details from the Wall Street Journal, The New York Times and Poynter.
Dude, where's my ad?: Wonder if Don Draper would've thought of this.
Cast-a-Grey: The Hollywood Reporter and Variety say Jamie Dornan will replace
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