Afternoon report


* Restaurant critic Brett Anderson is invited to return to the Times-Picayune after his Nieman Fellowship. (Times-Picayune)

* Milwaukee’s police chief calls the Journal Sentinel an “allegedly for-profit enterprise” and charges it $10,000 for public records. (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)
* Newspaper monopolies are gone forever. (GigaOM)
* A.J. Daulerio explains why editors and others shouldn’t hire Jay Mariotti, “the biggest asshole in media.” (Deadspin)
* A print sports journalist tells readers why he doesn’t care to do TV or radio. (Chicago Tribune)
* How many other PR people have served as Walmart spies? (Gawker)
* Mitt Romney is finally appearing on a Sunday talk show that doesn’t air on Fox News. (It’s “Face the Nation.”) (CBSNews.com)
* The American Society of News Editors (ASNE) broadens its mission for the digital age. (AJR.org)
* Sports Illustrated staffers are told that layoffs are comining. (The Big Lead)
* Most of these items appeared earlier on my Twitter feed. Follow me at @romenesko

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