Morning report

* “For the first time in the history of the industry, a 20-something journalist could have an advantage over a 40-something candidate,” says National Sports Journalism Center director Malcolm Moran. (shermanreport.com)
* Tina Brown tells Michael Kinsley: “I don’t know whether you’ve been reading [Newsweek] — probably not – but it’s very good.” (nymag.com)
* In October, Slate topped 10 million uniques for the first time. (adage.com)
* Roger Ailes wants Megyn Kelly to stay at Fox News and become an even bigger star. (mediabistro.com)
* Prof who studies Internet interaction says “Facebook may have replaced Disneyland as the happiest place on Earth.” (nymag.com)
* Albany Times Union covers the Register-Star newsroom resignations and firing. (timesunion.com) | The journalists tell their stories: (jimromenesko.com)
* “60 Minutes” challenges Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers on his selective editing claims. (jsonline.com)
* How Ben Huh’s Cheezburger operation made it to Bravo. (dailynorthwestern.com)
* Houston Chronicle says just-launched houstonchronicle.com “is a complement to Chron.com, not a replacement.” (chron.com)
* How did journalists get scooped on a D.A.’s porn past? (vivelohoy.com)
* Sirius XM to broadcast “Car Talk” during evening rush hours. (nytimes.com)

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