Morning report

* Romney and Obama camps insist on approving quotes. “It’s not something I’m particularly proud of,” says The National Journal’s Major Garrett, “because there’s a part of me that says, ‘Don’t do it, don’t agree to their terms. There are times when this feels like I’m dealing with some of my editors. It’s like, ‘You just changed this because you could!’” (New York Times)
* Sunday memorial celebration for AP intern Armando Montano “was by turns tearful and full of laughter.” (Associated Press)
* On Sunday night, became, signaling the end of a long NBC and Microsoft online relationship. (New York Times)
* Duluth paper’s correction says nudity in local “Hair” production *does not* last as long as 3 minutes as the paper reported. (Charles Apple)
* Oregonian editorial cartoonist takes partial credit for Nike taking Paterno name off child care center. (Washington Post)
* Study finds that funny TV ads don’t sell any better than unfunny ones. (
* Score one for Drudge after he turns the entire press corps upside down with an off-the-record source. (Daily Beast)
* Sun-Times turns off comments on story about Obama staffer who collapsed and died; some were “absolutely sickening.” (@suntimes)