'Star-Ledger' cheats death; Hannity gets four more years at Fox News; 'Maxim,' 'The Atlantic' redesign

The Star-Ledger of Newark got a reprieve from closure for now, as more than 200 of the newspaper's employees have agreed to buyouts and concessions with Advance Publications.

The Star-Ledger of Newark got a reprieve from closure for now, as more than 200 of the newspaper's employees have agreed to buyouts and concessions with Advance Publications.  Advance's final demands were met this week when its drivers agreed to a wage freeze and other concessions.

 

Also in the media glare:  

 

Sean Hannity signs a deal to remain on Fox News Channel until 2012.

 

Maxim preps for a Web site redesign.

 

Speaking of redesigns, The Atlantic repackages its print and Web editions.

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