Saturday report

* Photographers protest photo manipulated by Nancy Pelosi’s office. (nppa.org) | Pelosi defends it. (washingtonpost.com)
* Meet Michael Cronin, the Internet’s most prolific (and ignored) sports tweeter. (chicagoinsidesports.com)
* Washington Post should write less on politics and more on government, says ombud. (washingtonpost.com)
* Jack Shafer: American journalism has become too tame to employ columnists who stir people up the way Andrew Sullivan does. (reuters.com)
* AJC.com could have found a better photo to use for its story on the death of Asante Samuel’s mom. (deadspin.com)

-- Atlanta Journal-Constitution

— Atlanta Journal-Constitution

* Chicago Tribune exec who oversaw RedEye and other niche publications leaves the company. (chicagotribune.com)
* Steve Forbes failed to report a school headmaster’s inappropriate relationship with a student. (boston.com)
* The most viral student media of 2012. (pbs.org)
* New York Observer staffer: “I hope I’m wrong, but the Observer as we know it died today.” (capitalnewyork.com)
* Trade publication for UK journalists goes online only. (guardian.co.uk)
* Jason Whitlock refused to go on Bill O’Reilly’s show because he didn’t want to “waste time debating an entertainer.” (thebiglead.com)
* Gannett critic: Even I don’t drag execs’ children into discussions about the company. (gannettblog.blogspot.com)

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