Morning Report: Rove returns to Fox News; young adults favor mobile news; and more

– — From the Dec. 10 Greensboro News & Record

The Greensboro News & Record reports on Dec. 10 that “Cliff” Moore died on Dec. 12. (Today is the 11th.) (obituaries.news-record.com)
* New Pew report reinforces the importance of mobile to the future of journalism. (niemanlab.org) | The study: Demographics of mobile news. (journalism.org)
* Karl Rove returns to Fox News after 27-day absence. (politico.com)
* After 126 years, The Sporting News prints its last edition. (It will continue online.) (shermanreport.com)
* Felix Salmon: Why we won’t have tablet-native journalism. (reuters.com)
* The first AOL TV commercial of CEO Tim Armstrong’s reign has been postponed. (adage.com)
* Jon Stewart almost quit “The Daily Show” over “asshole” co-workers. (third-beat.com)
* Financial Times offers new subscribers a free Nexus 7. (@zseward)
* “I don’t drink the liberal coolaid [sic],” says Baltimore meteorologist and climate change skeptic Mike Masco. (citypaper.com)
* New York Post hears CNN might move Piers Morgan’s show from 9 p.m. ET slot to 10 p.m. (nypost.com)
* Irene Hughes, newspaper columnist and “America’s most accurate psychic,” dies at 92. She predicted Oprah’s move to Chicago. (suntimes.com)

Savage

* It got better for editor and columnist Dan Savage: he tied the knot in Seattle after getting married in Canada in 2005. (altweeklies.com)
* Noted: Colons and dashes can cause problems if used carelessly. (nytimes.com)
* A woman is banned from a Boston shoe store because of her son’s Yelp review. (consumerist.com)

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