Morning report

* SCOTUSblog publisher doubts the AP can beat his reporters on this morning’s health-care ruling. (Washington Post)
* Better Homes and Gardens charges $1,500 for hotlinks in its tablet edition. (AdAge.com)
* Ann Curry confirms she’s stepping down as “Today” co-host. It’s “going to be a bit of a tough day” today. (USA Today)
* Motor Trend writer rolls brand new Cadillac ATS during test drive. (Jalopnik.com)
* Nora Ephron was one of the last to join the Harpies, a group of accomplished women who meet for off-the-record lunches. (WWD.com)
* Willamette Week runs an editor’s note about its publisher being married to Oregon’s new attorney general. (Willamette Week)
* Former NYT sports columnist George Vecsey jokes about needing a vacation from semi-retirement. (Newspaper Alum)
* Man, 81, places ad in LAT twice a year in honor of late wife – one on her birthday and another on the day she died. (Los Angeles Times)

Comments

comments