Morning Report: Journal News hires armed guards; Buzz Bissinger quits talk radio; and more

* The Journal News hired armed security guards after getting “negative correspondence” about its map of gun permit holders. (
* Putnam County refuses to release names of gun permit holders to the Journal News. (Reuters via
* U.S. journalist James Foley has been missing for six weeks in Syria. (
* Aurelius Capital Management is poised to try and prove that Sam Zell knowingly pushed Tribune into bankruptcy.(
* Tribune’s new owners are betting that television is the key to its future. (
* Dying crime reporter gets $4 million for her life story and movie rights. (
* Buzz Bissinger quits talk radio after concluding that it’s “fundamentally trivial.” (
* Manassas starts the New Year without its own daily newspaper. (Warren Buffett closed the Virginia paper.) ( | Its farewell editorial. (
* Feds seek information about 11 commenters on (
* “Great,” “best,” “bold” and other words that Washingtonian puts on the cover to sell magazines. (No “free,” though.) (