Morning report

* Roger Ailes: I’d be on the cover of every magazine if I were a liberal. (mediabistro.com)
* Bill O’Reilly is “rip-roaring mad” at the Washington Post editorial board. (washingtonpost.com)
* Former Murdoch aides Andy Coulson and Rebekah Brooks to be charged with bribery. (nytimes.com)
* Twitter suspends @nytonit account after the New York Times complains. (politico.com) | “We’re not seeking to disable the account, however….” (allthingsd.com)
* David Zinczenko is stepping down as Men’s Health editor-in-chief. (adage.com) | He may have been too much of a self-promoter. (nypost.com)
* Guild wins challenge to PIP use by Thomson Reuters. (nyguild.org) | Earlier: PIP — a “rigged appraisal system” — gets a veteran copy editor fired. (jimromenesko.com)
* Hollywood Reporter addresses its role in the Blacklist and apologizes. (hollywoodreporter.com)
* FYI: ProPublica is looking for an intern and will pay the journalist $700 a week. (propublica.org)
* Conan O’Brien tweaks local TV anchors again — this time for their “Twinkies in trouble” line. (teamcoco.com)
* Lee Enterprises expects to have paywalls at most of its papers by the end of the year. (newsandtech.com)
* Nikki Finke calls the Los Angeles Press Club’s journalism contest “a big joke.” (deadline.com)

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