Morning report

* Washington Post to tighten rules to make sure that sharing story drafts with sources only occurs “in rare instances.” (Washington Post) | Earlier: Reporter asks college PR department to suggest changes. (JimRomenesko.com)
* Vogue, with 658 ad pages, has its best September since 2008. (WWD.com)
* Jeff Jarvis: I’m worried that New York will be undercovered — yes, even with three dailies. (Buzzmachine.com)
* Freedom Communications closes sale of Orange County Register and other papers. (ocregister.com)
* How to repent for things you shouldn’t have done on Facebook and Twitter.
(Chicago Tribune)
* Atlantic Media’s new business site promises a new approach to commentary. (Adweek.com)
* Tired of paying for cable that you rarely/never watch? There’s an e-book to help you. (PBS MediaShift)
* Columbus Dispatch parent says Ohio News Network – launched in 1997 – will go dark on Aug. 31. (Columbus Dispatch)

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