Morning report

* Smaller audience, but bigger payoff for Glenn Beck. (npr.org)
* Boston Globe and MIT launch a new media collaboration. (yahoo.com)

From today’s Boulder Daily Camera letters page.

* Atlantic’s Alexis Madrigal swings by the University of Michigan to check out the startup scene. (annarbor.com)
* Why was a rape victim’s blog mentioned in the New York Times, allowing readers to ID her? (nytimes.com)
* Fact-checkers haven’t left the building; they’re at home in front of their computers. (reason.com)
* Maxim cuts its guaranteed paid circulation by 20%. (adage.com)
* Iconic “Lunch Atop a Skyscraper” photo may have been staged. (nydailynews.com)
* “We have to charge more for the value of community journalism,” says Louisville Courier-Journal publisher. (gannettblog.com)

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