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At the "Today" show, senior broadcast producer Don Nash said the show aimed to cover the event with more intensity this year because of the state of the economy. "We had more coverage this year, but that's because of the fourth hour" of the program added earlier this year, he added. "But now there's Cyber Monday, which has definitely arrived. Although next year, it will probably be even bigger." — Amy Wicks

OUT OF THE RED: After just six months as Redbook's creative director, Jenny Leigh Thompson has parted ways with the magazine, a spokeswoman for the title confirmed. Thompson had come over from Marie Claire, where Redbook editor in chief Stacy Morrison once served as executive editor. Redbook's newsstand has seen double-digit declines in the last three reporting periods — 12.9 percent in the first half of this year, to 244,500; 28.6 percent in the second half of last year, and 20 percent in the first half of last year. Michael Picón, who was design director at New York magazine until 2002, will sub in the interim, though a permanent replacement is being sought. — Irin Carmon
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