Morning report: Time picks President Obama as Person of the Year and Martha Nelson as editor-in-chief

* The 2013 Alfred I. duPont-Columbia Award winners were announced this morning. CBS News, Current TV, PBS, and NPR get awards for international reporting. USA Today wins its first duPont Award for multimedia reporting. (Its “Ghost Factories” gets the award.) (columbia.edu)
* President Obama is Time’s Person of the Year. (Time.com)
* Martha Nelson is Time Inc.’s new editor-in-chief. (wwd.com)
time* Foreign Affairs’ updated look includes a photo on the cover. (politico.com)
* Ken Layne: It’s up to people who’ve never worked in an actual newspaper building to move forward toward a new kind of reporting, which won’t be on newsprint. (theawl.com)
* The most scathing restaurant reviews of 2012. (eater.com)
* Facebook responds to outrage over proposed Instagram changes. (nytimes.com)
* Get ready for video ads in your Facebook news feed. (adage.com)
* Surprise! Surprise! That viral video of an eagle snatching a kid is fake. (wtvr.com) | Fark readers called B.S. (fark.com)
* A big win for Santa Barbara News-Press owner Wendy McCaw. (independent.com)
* The Kernel — “a mash-up of Gawker meets Vanity Fair” — celebrates one year online. (forbes.com)
* Jill Abramson explains the digital strategy of the New York Times. (sfgate.com)
* Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia CEO Lisa Gersh is expected to resign soon. (nypost.com)
* New York Times columnist David Brooks is teaching a “Humility” class at Yale. (nymag.com)
* The “best” of Jenny McCarthy in the Chicago Sun-Times. (beachwoodreporter.com)

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