Daily Links 10/8/2010: Comcast-NBC Deal May Face Possible U.S. Arbitration Demand

Philadelphia Inquirer Editor Out as New Owners Take Control (New York Times: Media Decoder)

Marimow out as Inquirer editor; deputy named interim boss (Philadelphia Inquirer)
Management told him he did not have the necessary background in digital media, the Inquirer reports.

Meet the New Boss: Philly Newspapers Sale Finally Completed (Editor & Publisher)

Diapers.com Takes on Amazon in Huggies Delivery-Time Smackdown (Bloomberg)
A company with several Wharton connections.

EarthLink: force Comcast into line-sharing as part of NBCU deal (Ars Technica)

Comcast's NBC Deal Said to Face Possible U.S. Arbitration Demand (Bloomberg)

Hulu Preparing for $2 Billion IPO Next Year [REPORT] (Mashable)

MGM seeks lenders' OK for pre-packaged bankruptcy (Reuters)
Comcast owns about a 20% equity stake in MGM which would be wiped out in the proposed reorganization.

'30 Rock' Season 5, Episode 3 Recap (VIDEO) (TV Squad)

Integromics Hires New CEO, Eyes Next-Generation Sequence Analysis Market (GenomeWeb)

DESIGN PHILADELPHIA: Party like it’s 2010 (Philadelphia City Paper)