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Media Watch: Which Apps Make Bank, HuffPost Relaunches Fashion Site, James Murdoch Rumored to Leave

Indiewire By Maggie Lange | Indiewire August 19, 2011 at 4:30AM

Huffington Post has relaunched its fashion site, StyleList. The digital glossy will be run by Anya Strzemien, the original Style editor. Stylelist will be run as a separate fashion website, with blogs from fashion hotshots Rachel Roy, Heidi Klum, and Jason Wu.
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Huffington Post has relaunched its fashion site, StyleList. The digital glossy will be run by Anya Strzemien, the original Style editor. Stylelist will be run as a separate fashion website, with blogs from fashion hotshots Rachel Roy, Heidi Klum, and Jason Wu.

-Minonline reports that the fee-based app model is paying off and figures out which applications bring in big bucks. Zinio, the multi-title digital magazine distributor, fell in behind Apple’s word processor Pages and Smurfs Village. Zinio did outsell Angry Birds, which made global executive VP Jeanniey Mullen very “happy.”

-News Corps execs think that James Murdoch’s stay with the company will be short-lived, reports Reuters. The younger son of Rupert Murdoch is still under fire over the UK phone-hacking scandal, so execs think he might be ready to “step aside” or “take a breather.”

This article is related to: Moguls, Web/Tech, Media, Marketing, Rupert Murdoch, Apple

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