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Your Media Morning: Did Twitter Turn Down an Offer From Disney? Wired Magazine Raided, Rupert Murdoch Being Blocked

Good Media Morning to you. Former Wired editor in chief Scott Dadich's new design firm is growing and he's staffing it with some of his former Wired colleagues. Someone doesn't want Rupert Murdoch to get his hands on Sky TV as a possible deal is now looking more and more unlikely. Is Sally Singer Anna Wintour's choice to replace Graydon Carter at Vanity Fair? Conde Nast says not so fast. These and much more for your Media Morning Today. Dive in!
FORMER WIRED EDITOR IN CHIEF RAIDS THE MAGAZINE FOR STAFF
Godfrey Dadich Partners, the design firm cofounded by former Wired editor in chief Scott Dadich and Patrick Godfrey, is adding to its ranks. Perhaps by no coincidence, Dadich nabbed a bunch of former employees from his old Condé Nast-owned glossy. The San Francisco-based company has tapped Robert Capps as partner and head of editorial.
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THE NEW YORK TIMES CO RELAUNCHING THE WIRECUTTER AND THE SWEETHOME UNDER ONE BRAND
It was just under a year ago that The New York Times Company acquired Wirecutter and its sister site The Sweethome. Now the company is consolidating both sites under the Wirecutter brand and a revamped website will be rolled out this fall. 

BUSTLE LAUNCHES APP FOR TV STREAMING BOXES
Bustle Digital Group home to Bustle, Elite Daily and Romper has launched a the Bustle App for streaming boxes that will feature videos from across BDG’s brands. 

HEARST LAUNCHING DIGITAL ONLY ESQUIRE ITALY EDITION
Hearst is set to launch a digital-only edition of Esquire in Italy. Esquire will launch in October and will look to deliver the broad range of content published by its US and UK counterparts. The online-only format is the first of its kind for Hearst in Italy and forms part of Hearst Europe’s new digital focus.

21ST CENTURY FOX EXECUTIVE CHAIRMAN LACHLAN MURDOCH MAKES A PREDICTION
21st Century Fox seemed to make clear on Wednesday what it had hinted at during its upfront event in May: on the television side, its sports and news offerings are of greater importance to the company than its broadcast network is.

VICE MEDIA'S NEW UNSCRIPTED POLITICAL REALITY SHOW PROBABLY COULDN'T COME AT A BETTER TIME
The show, if made, will be set in Washington, D.C., and will be shot next spring. Politics can be boring. Vice, which has some experience in making boring topics fun, is in the very early stages of developing a reality show that will have people of all political stripes living in a group house in Washington, D.C.

HAS CONDE NAST FOUND THE NEXT EDITOR OF VANITY FAIR IN SALLY SINGER?
There’s buzz at New York Fashion Week that Sally Singer could take over Vanity Fair. Fashion sources are whispering between shows that Vogue editor-in-chief and Condé Nast artistic director Anna Wintour wants Singer for Graydon Carter’s Vanity Fair job.

HEARST BOSS SEES FUTURE FOR LEGACY MEDIA
To compete effectively in the next 100 years, Hearst needs to be “a little smarter” about how it uses the combined power of all its media, said Hearst Corp. executive vice chairman Frank A. Bennack Jr. “We’re just now on first base at learning how to do that well, and we intend to come all the way around and touch home plate.”

FACEBOOK NOW GOING AFTER THE MONEY OF FAKE NEWS PURVEYORS
Facebook said on Wednesday it would introduce tougher rules on who can make money from advertising on its network, responding to criticism that it makes it too easy for providers of fake news and sensational headlines to cash in.

BUZZFEED IS ABOUT TO BUDDY UP WITH A MAJOR BRICK AND MORTAR RETAILER
BuzzFeed has built a business on listicles and cooking videos, but thinks it’s onto another serious business you may have been writing off — or didn’t even know existed. The digital publisher is now selling physical goods, things like fidget spinners, candles and a Bluetooth-enabled hot plate

SOMEONE DOESN'T WANT RUPERT MURDOCH TO BUY SKY TV
Rupert Murdoch's ambition to take full control of Sky Plc has hit a major setback. The proposed takeover of the British satellite broadcaster by the media mogul's Twenty-First Century Fox Inc. is suddenly facing a much tougher regulatory review. The chances of the deal happening have diminished.

VICE MEDIA AND THE NBA ARE BUDDYING UP FOR MOBILE DIGITAL CONTENT
VIce Media and NBA Digital have entered into a multiyear partnership that will see Vice Sports produce original mobile and digital NBA content for fans across the globe beginning this fall. “Vice has a unique voice and a global reach.”

THE CNBC FOR WEED?
A new website launched Tuesday aims to be the cannabis industry's preeminent source for in-depth financial reporting. The Green Market Report will publish news briefs on all facets of the cannabis business, including banking issues, investment, cultivation and extraction, as well as cannabis stock prices and wholesale prices.  

SPOTIFY IS STILL TRYING TO FIGURE OUT ITS VIDEO BUSINESS
Two years and 45 million subscribers ago, Spotify held a splashy event in New York City to announce its plans to get into the streaming video business. Emceed by CEO Daniel Ek, the event previewed a slate of original video series and video publishing partners such as ESPN, Vice and Tastemade, all of which would distribute video clips on Spotify’s platform.

DISNEY STAYS ON THE SIDELINES OF APPLE'S 4K TV PLANS
Apple announced on Tuesday that it will upgrade its Apple TV set-top streaming device to support 4K and HDR video, and the tech giant has deals in place with nearly every major Hollywood studio to sell their movies in higher resolution. However, there could be one major exception: Walt Disney has reportedly yet to sign on.

VIACOM BOSS SAYS COMPANY IS COMING BACK TO LIFE
CEO Bob Bakish says that efforts to re-energize Viacom’s TV networks, right long-tilting Hollywood studio Paramount Pictures and stabilize its position within the pay-TV universe are all moving along quite well. Ratings are improving at MTV, BET and Comedy Central. “You are in the early innings of a Viacom that is clearly coming back to life.”

HULU VIEWERS SURGING
Sixty-four percent of TV viewers say they’re watching Hulu more than they were a year ago, according to a report published by Hub Entertainment Research. Hub surveyed 1,608 U.S. TV viewers in a report titled “TV Redefined.” Some 56% of respondents said they were watching more Netflix than they were 12 months ago.
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