Morning report

* This tweet about NBA refs cost Mark Cuban $50,000. (usatoday.com)
* Longtime Conde Nast publicist Maurie Perl is pushed out. “She’s more than a publicist,” says Tina Brown. “She’s a consiglieri. No one can see all the angles like her.” (wwd.com) | (nypost.com)
* Bloomberg News wins January Sidney Award for its tale of two McDonald’s. (hillmanfoundation.org) | (Bloomberg.com)
nixon* Richard Nixon owed his career to the Los Angeles Times and its political editor, Kyle Palmer. (zocalopublicsquare.org)
* A college degree is required, too! “For 2 articles per week, each 1,500 words, you will be paid $200.” (craigslist.org)
* Unemployed political cartoonist goes directly to readers for funding. (editorandpublisher.com)
* “Come and see what we’re building,” Facebook tells the media. It’s not known what the company will unveil on Tuesday. (latimes.com)
* Changes are coming to your Facebook Timeline. (chicagotribune.com)
* Research firm predicts tablets will outsell laptops this year. (allthingsd.com)
* Recruitment advertising in Ivy League college newspapers drops significantly. (dailyprincetonian.com)

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