Morning report

James Murdoch

* James Murdoch quits News International (BBC.co.uk)

* Two new Chicago publications “fall under the influence of Dave Eggers.” (NewCity.com)

* Terms used by Homeland Security to monitor social media. (Scribd.com document)

* Washington Post publisher Katharine Weymouth draws a crowd at Indiana University (Indiana Daily Student)

* Iowa State Daily editor meets with Asian-American students to discuss “squintey” flap. (Iowa State Daily)

* The so-called “O-Bitch-uary” tries to zig when others zag. (Obit-mag.com)

* Two laid off NYDN photographers sue the tabloid for age and gender discrimination. (New York Observer)

* Ralph Nader claims progressives are being excluded from NPR airwaves. (NPR.org)

* Justice Department drops effort to force Salon writer to testify at obscenity trial. (Politico)

* NYT’s updated Facebook page includes “inside look into The Times newsroom throughout the years.” (New York Times release)

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