Morning report

* One of the little-known facts about “local” TV news: In some instances it isn’t local at all — as “Conan” has shown several times with his clips. (washingtonpost.com)
* John McIntyre: “Hey, AP, maybe you could ban ‘suspect.'” (baltimoresun.com)
* “Justice League of New York journalism schools” releases a report on where news is headed. (niemanlab.org)
* Survey finds that the most any local news anchor made in 2012 was $850,000. (nydailynews.com)
* @NYTOnIt gains 6,000 followers, thanks to legal threat. (observer.com)
* Jeff Zucker is expected to be named CNN president. (nytimes.com) | (nymag.com)
* Keith J. Kelly hears there may be a pink-slip flurry at Time Inc. in January. (nypost.com)
* Oprah to Letterman: “Well, you’re a white man, Dave. Of course, you had a different experience” growing up. (thestarpress.com) | (photo gallery)
* Apple’s dominance of the tablet market is beginning to wane. (allthingsd.com)
* Philip Elmer-DeWitt on Kara Swisher: “Could a reporter be any more irritating and self-involved?” (@philiped)
* NYT’s David Brooks chats with the Princetonian, complains about students not respecting profs in the ’60s. (dailyprincetonian.com)
* What happened to Boston alt-weekly The Phoenix? (bostonmagazine.com)
* In Pakistan, big perks and big risks to being a journalist. (csmonitor.com)
* Note to Philly.com: Your NSFW photo is still on your site. (Check “You may also like”) (philly.com) | Background story: (jimromenesko.com)
* NBC claims “huge” ratings win for Brian Williams’ newscast last week. (nbcuniversal.com)

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