Ed Sherman wonders how Joe Posnanski’s “Paterno,” which hits bookstores next month, will go over now. “Considering the outrage against Paterno, I don’t think people are in the mood to read about a ‘brilliant and charismatic’ coach, about lessons taught to his players by the great teacher,” writes Sherman, who posts Posnanski’s video promo for the biography. “People are so angry, all the records and other good deeds seem so insignificant right now.”
* Columnist’s daughter – shot and raped a decade ago – marries an ABC News producer who worked on her “Primetime” story.
* (Omaha World-Herald)
Michael Kelly tells his readers:
I write of their wedding in gratitude for the many readers who provided great moral support to Bridget and our family a decade ago and who have continued to ask about her.
Among those sending good wishes was Charlie Gibson, now retired from ABC. He said he was “smiling from ear to ear” about the wedding and remembered Bridget’s story well as an example of “how resilient is the human spirit.”
Here is Kelly’s 2003 column, “She is Not Silent.”
* “I’ve been here for quite a while,” NYT’s new public editor tells Buffalo News readers. (Buffalo News)
* Seth MacFarlane is the first guest on “Larry King Now,” which just launched on Hulu. (New York Times)
* The problem with Murdoch’s The Daily: “It is everything and nothing special at the same time.” (Monday Note)
* Fired WSJ intern had troubling start at Yale Daily News, required longest correction (187 words) in years. (IvyGate)
* Google to host six-week online summer camp for kids 13 to 18. (All Things D)
* Chicago Tribune turns to newsroom to fill void after dropping Journatic (Sun-Times)