Morning Report

* Olbermann’s email trail traces angry break-up with Current TV. (Daily Beast)
* Bloomberg, Thomson Reuters “truly rare things” in that they’re healthy and on a hiring spree. (Adweek.com)
* Eager buyers rush to snap up last printed sets of Encyclopaedia Britannica, only 1,000 left to be sold. (New York Times)
* Investigative Reporters and Editors (IRE) announce contest winners. (IRE.org)
* Ailes helps conservative author fast-track book about Fox News. (New York Daily News)
* Scott Dikkers returns as The Onion’s editor-in-chief. “He invented The Onion’s sense of humor,” says CEO. (Chicago Tribune)
* Judge in Oregon defamation case says he never intended to suggest that bloggers can’t be journalists. (New York Times)
* “Today” show “legend” who returned today is Meredith Vieira. (Brian Stelter)
* HBO teases Aaron Sorkin’s “The Newsroom” with a new trailer. (HitFix.com)

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