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♦ Following a small incident yesterday, MSNBC is reportedly planning to institute a tape-delay on Morning Joe beginning on Monday. [TVNewser]
♦ Vivian Schiller, the head of, is leaving to join NPR as its new CEO. [Gawker]
♦ NBC political director Chuck Todd is co-authoring a book called How Obama Won that will be published by Knopf before the inauguration in January. [NYO]
♦ Ted Turner doesn't have too many good things to say about Time Warner as he hits the trail to promote his new book. [Portfolio, Gawker]
♦ Why was Cindy Adams so furious about her Wikipedia entry a few weeks ago? It says she's 83 when she's actually 78. [HuffPo]

♦ Book publishers are expecting holiday sales to be abysmal. [NYT]
♦ Not surprisingly, the recession is forcing some marketers to abandon plans to air pricey Super Bowl ads. [WSJ]
♦ The Tribune Co., which owns the LA Times, Chicago Tribune, and Chicago Cubs, lost $121.6 million in the third quarter. [NYT]
♦ Local TV networks are expecting a big drop in revenue in 2009. [AdAge]
Whoopi Goldberg has inked a development deal with Discovery. [Variety]