Afternoon report: ESPN, Tebow, tweeting restrictions and more

* University of Washington caps live game coverage and threatens to revoke a reporter’s credentials. (geekwire.com)
* John Koblin examines ESPN’s love for Tim Tebow and asks: “How can the company produce honest journalism when it’s in business with, well, everybody?” (deadspin.com)
* Chris Berman apologizes for ESPN’s “Roethlisberger ‘Drink & Drunk’” graphic. (deadspin.com)
* Poynter’s deal with ESPN is just about up. (@richarddeitsch) | Maybe ESPN needs two ombuds. (@richarddeitsch)
* USA Today general manager Susie Ellwood is named Austin American-Statesman publisher. (statesman.com)
* Nate Silver: “I have to, frankly, avoid the tendency to spread myself too thin.” (chicagomag.com)
* NBC plans to change the “Today” show leadership. Alexandra Wallace will be in charge of all four hours. (nytimes.com)
* Will Mark Thompson be able to focus on NYT as the BBC meltdown gets gooier and gooier? asks Ken Doctor. (newsonomics.com)
* Non-GOP candidates are excluded from a weekly paper’s coverage. (missoulian.com)
* Do PR people and journalists really hate each other? (kernelmag.com)
* New York Daily News staffers get an update on their flooded headquarters. (capitalnewyork.com)
* Houston Chronicle says its “Top Workplaces Guide” is “one of our most prolific and profitable initiatives.” (houstonpress.com)

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