Afternoon report


* About that graphic on the right: Double check your headline before you hit “publish.” (copydesk.org) | Yankees plan to make baseball history tonight? (nymag.com)

* “For me, journalism is one of many ways to deploy interesting content,” says GOOD’s Josh Neuman. (jewishjournal.com)
* New York Times shares hit 52-week high on upgrade. (AP via yahoo.com)
* Arthur Ochs Sulzberger had $41 million in NYT stock at the time of his death. (nypost.com)
* NYT Magazine columnist Andrew Goldman: “For once in my life, I think it’s best to keep my mouth shut.” (capitalnewyork.com)
* Newspaper editorial cartoonists in Albany and Syracuse are out of work. (cagle.com)
* Links from Gawker banned from Reddit’s politics forum. (newstatesman.com)
* Good old days! When journalists had free access to college athletes. (vimeo.com)
* Misleading heds: Illinois man wasn’t killed in Jacksonville for being a Bears fan. (chicagotribune.com)

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