Morning report

* Legacy media had a lucrative 2012, notes David Carr. (“The sky over traditional media is blue and it’s raining green.”) (nytimes.com)
* Jay Rosen: News consumers are starting to exercise a kind of veto over the default construction of newsroom objectivity. (pressthink.org)
images* Watch the “60 Minutes” report on the Times-Picayune. (cbsnews.com) | T-P editor’s note to readers. (nola.com)
* Journal News reporters are warned in notes about being shot while walking to their cars. (nymag.com)
* Social media is “a great equalizer” when it comes to hiring at NPR. (washingtonpost.com)
* Reddit needs to be careful not to ruin the community that made it successful. (paidcontent.org)
* Fox Business Network’s Peter Barnes “is not just any working journalist; he is a resilient risk-taker.” (washingtonpost.com)
* “PR doesn’t have to lament the rise of pageview journalism.” (prdaily.com)
* Atlantic Media’s Quartz business site hits 1.4 million uniques in December. (capitalnewyork.com)
* Washington Post Co.’s Everett Daily Herald lays off six staffers, including four in the newsroom. (heraldnet.com)
* Liberal and conservative magazines unite to share office space. (nytimes.com)

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