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In listings posted in the past two weeks, the company has sought a creative director for what it described as a "major online news and information start-up." It's also seeking a Web analyst, designer and product manager who are asked to understand the meaning of "hyperlocal" — typically, community-level news coverage, sometimes user-generated.
Though Polar News may just be a working title, if it goes forward it may have some wrangling to do with the current owners of PolarNews.com, which is, perhaps predictably, a news service related to the Arctic and Antarctic areas. — Irin Carmon
SIMPLY MORE: As Real Simple prepares to spin off yet another offering, one former staffer will rejoin the title to help oversee big initiatives. Sarah Humphreys, most recently editor in chief of Blueprint, is returning on March 17 as contributing editor on a six-month project basis. Humphreys was editor when Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia Inc. shuttered Blueprint in December but continued working at the company on various projects.
As for brand extensions, the Time Inc. magazine has struck a deal to produce content for television, print, radio and online with TLC, and will launch a show on the channel this fall. TLC picked up 15 episodes of the still-untitled show. The program will help real women "make over" various aspects of their lives, their finances, a room in their home, and their diet. Ads will be sold jointly between Real Simple and TLC.