Morning report

Nate Silver (Photo: Eric Owles)

* Nate Silver wears a wizard’s hat at dinner. (allthingsd.com) | 15 fun stats about numbers wizard Silver. (adage.com)
* Voice Media Group settles “Best Of” trademark infringement lawsuit against Yelp. (altweeklies.com)
* Who’s the best pollster of 2012? That’s a tough call. (huffingtonpost.com)
* Conservative blogger Patterico tells his story of being SWAT-ed over his Anthony Weiner posts. (laobserved.com)
* A new film criticizes the media for the way they depicted Joe Paterno. (philly.com)
* Alex Jones speaks for newspapers: “We are paranoid, but we are not complacent.” (thetimes-tribune.com)
* Reporting tips from Pulitzer Prize winners. (watchdog-watcher.com)
* CNN’s Don Lemon “has been on a mission to blast Jonah Hill across multiple media platforms.” (tmz.com)
* A better explanation of why the NYT called the presidential election late. (nytimes.com)
* Claim: Conservative media did the most harm to their own side. (prospect.org)
* Flooded out of its offices, Newsweek manages to put out this week’s print edition early. (nypost.com)
* Sean Hannity says he’s “evolved” and has changed his immigration reform position. (latimes.com)
* Student newspapers at University of North Alabama are stolen, apparently because of a frat story. (splc.org)
* Boston Globe film critic Wesley Morris is on Ebony’s “Power 100″ list. (boston.com)
* GOP mailer rips off South Dakota newspaper’s nameplate. “The party should have known better than to do this.” (copydesk.org)

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