Evening report

Unknown* Washington D.C. police are investigating whether David Gregory violated gun laws on “Meet the Press.” (nytimes.com) | (washingtonpost.com) | (washingtonpost.com/erik-wemple)
* “A @rogerebert tweet is worth as much traffic as a small Digg or Y Combinator hit.” (nytimes.com)
* Former Washingtonian editor recalls the days when he only used freelancers. (jacklimpert.com)
* Fired Austin meteorologist fails to disclose knowledge of viewer’s mental illness in hair debate. (digitaltexan.com)
* The Ballston Journal, New York’s oldest weekly, publishes its final print edition. (bizjournals.com)
* Predictions for 2013: Google News will start to fade; the “Super Blog” will take over; and more. (forbes.com)
* Two Springsteen profiles make David Brooks’ list of best magazine pieces of 2012. (nytimes.com)
* Andrew Tarantola: I’m a tech writer because of a “Calvin and Hobbes” strip. (gizmodo.com)
* Counterculture favorite Arthur magazine is back in print. (washingtonpost.com)
* Daily Telegraph is criticized for naming a horse its “sportswoman of the year.” (mediaspy.org)

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