Evening report

* Conservatives create news outlets to counter alleged liberal bias. (madison.com)
* Meet the Washington Post’s newest, and fakest, reporter. (washingtoncitypaper.com)
* National Lampoon co-founder Henry Beard: “Some of those parodies I can still look back at and laugh out loud. I re-read the 1964 High School Yearbook parody recently. That was unbelievable; I mean, just great.” (splitsider.com)
* Washington Times editor demanded daily page one Benghazi coverage. (washingtonpost.com)
* Chicago Tribune’s Chris Jones launches “Frank Rich-y type column” to “get away from the reviewing grind.” (chicagoreader.com)
* St. Louis sports talker is spitting mad — literally! — after learning his broadcast is pulled. (stltoday.com)
* McClatchy takes on $750 million in new debt due in 2022 so it can buy back $700 million in existing debt that’s due in 2017. (bizjournals.com)
* Greensboro News & Recod editor: Forgive our new website glitches. (news-record.com)
* Cleveland Plain Dealer layoffs expected to begin in January. (pdnowwhat.com)