ABC 2010 Line-up announcement. ABC’s director of television Kim Dalton has announced the national broadcaster’s 2010 line-up, encompassing ABC1, ABC2, the new children’s channel ABC3 and the online ABC iView. — Media Spy

Sartorial splendour. Combing the streets of Sydney with The Sartorialist is hot work. The man who has made it his job to hunt down and photograph the world’s most stylish people for his eponymous blog is unrelenting in his search for suitable subjects. — The Age

New job, same Tweets. So The ABC’s new comment and analysis site The Drum is up and running. And it’s off to a speedy start —  not least because editor Jonathan Green was able to get the message out to his 1800 followers on Twitter this morning, while Annabel Crabb was able to do the same with her 7700 followers. — mUmbrella

Obama media overdose? When Barack Obama became President, he promised a “new era of openness”. After almost a year of a media diet that seemed to be all Obama all the time that concluded in a reality-program couple crashing a state dinner at the White House, I’d be OK with the kimono closing a bit. — New York Times

Does LinkedIn equal cashed-up? Even if you’re not an advertiser per se, you’ll find this comparison of the readers of LinkedIn, Wall Street Journal, Forbes, and BusinessWeek. Keep in mind that this is on the LinkedIn site, but it shows that LinkedIn has the youngest, richest, best-educated and most powerful users. — Alltop

Endorsement overload. How many products can a personality endorse before she loses her credibility spark? Rochelle Zaknich counted the (unlucky) number of images of Julie Goodwin that feature in this edition of The Australian Women’s Weekly, then penned this here review. — Girl with a Satchel

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