Morning report

covers
* Here are some of best magazine covers of 2012, according to Ad Age. (adage.com)
* Pearson takes a 5% stake in Barnes & Noble’s Nook business. (nytimes.com)
* New York Post report about Instagram is “flat-out wrong,” says Zach Seward. (qz.com)
* Judge says the Los Angeles Times can argue for the release of full church abuse files. (latimes.com)
* The guest column that you won’t read in the Cleveland Plain Dealer. (facebook.com)
* Ebony magazine managing editor Terry Glover is dead of colon cancer at 57. (chicagotribune.com)
* “Disrupt” and four other tech terms to banish in 2013. (geekwire.com)
* The word “Twitterverse” annoys many, according to the Marist Poll. (gigaom.com)
* Erika Fry: Aside from Twitter, 2012’s big online winner was BuzzFeed. (fortune.com)
* Seattle Times publishes its pictures-of-the-year project as an iBook. (copydesk.org)
* Magazine launches in 2012 climbed back to their pre-recession 2008 levels. (nypost.com)
* Chicago Tribune’s former real estate director is charged with defrauding the company. (chicagotribune.com)
* J. Crew responds to Delia Ephron’s “whiny” New York Times op-ed. (mediabistro.com)

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