Morning report

— Cover of the day

* The election night Rove/Kelly meltdown on Fox News was not spontaneous, says Peter Ames Carlin. (carlinindustries.com)
* About 66.8 million TV viewers watched election results on one of 13 networks. (nytimes.com)
* Adweek’s Charlie Warzel covers BuzzFeed’s first election night. (adweek.com)
* Rupert Murdoch tweets about the “amusing fuss over NYT public editor.” (@rupertmurdoch)
* NYT public editor Margaret Sullivan: “I always thought the role of public editor would suit me.” (observer.com)
* Concord Monitor runs “a terrific cartoon” it had ready to go if a new governor and House speaker were elected. (concordmonitor.com)
* Watch Nate Silver on last night’s “Daily Show.” (thedailyshow.com)
* “From the start, the New York Times was reluctant to challenge Brooklyn’s new arena.” (city-journal.com)
* James Poniewozik explains why TV still matters in politics. (time.com)
* Aaron Rodgers is disappointed with the “60 Minutes” piece on him. (shermanreport.com)
* Meet the people whose voices you heard in this year’s political ads. (wsj.com)
* New York Times Wine Talk columnist Frank J. Prial is dead at 82. (nytimes.com)
* Washington Post’s ombud lets us know that readers hate front-page ad stickers. (washingtonpost.com)

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