Morning report

* Jack Shafer’s “terrific idea” for Michael Bloomberg: Buy the Washington Post. (Reuters)
* “Scoop” Jackson’s son, Peter, named editorial page editor at Washington Post-owned Everett Herald. (Everett Herald)
* Tribune may use Los Angeles Times to lure buyers for its other papers. (New York Post)
* Glenn Greenwald leaves Salon, where he’s blogged since 2007, for The Guardian. (Politico.com)
* Ex-NBC News producers’ just-launched newsletter is “sort of like Newser (‘Read Less. Know More’) meets Daily Candy.” (Betabeat.com)
* The radio airwaves are alive with not just the sounds of departed hosts, but dearly departed hosts too. (Wall Street Journal)
* Nekesa Mumbi Moody named AP global editor for entertainment and lifestyles. (AP.org)
* Pocket — formerly known as Read It Later — raises $5 million in second round of funding. (Capital New York)
* Douglas Brinkley forgets he once reviewed a book by Conrad Black. (National Review) | Try Google, sir. (Los Angeles Times)
* USA Today’s new editor-in-chief says farewell to MarketWatch readers, predicts a “thrilling ride” in his new job. (MarketWatch)

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