Morning report

-- Today's NYT sports front

— Today’s NYT sports front

* Charles Apple: “Today’s brilliant sports front is brought to you by the New York Times.” (copydesk.org) | The Times’ sports editor explains it. (shermanreport.com)
* Longtime Fort Worth Star-Telegram watchdog columnist Dave Lieber is laid off. (fwweekly.com) | Lieber: “How to survive a layoff after 20 years on the job.” (facebook.com)
* Huffington Post journalists will be blogging as well as reporting now. (capitalnewyork.com)
* Glenn Greenwald: Why aren’t Bob Woodward’s sources — or Woodward himself — on trial next to Bradley Manning? (guardian.co.uk)
* Laid-off Washington Times sportswriter: “I’m not going, ‘Woe is me.’ I figured it out before and I will do it again.” (shermanreport.com)
* Gawker and Journal News guns lists come under fire by NRA chief. (politicker.com)
* Struggling Freedom Forum paid its new CEO $1.6 million in 2011 — a “jaw-dropper,” says Gannett watchdog. (gannettblogs.com)
* Chicago Sun-Times reposts its Mirage Tavern stories on the 35th anniversary of the controversial investigation. (suntimes.com) | Earlier: Pulitzer judges refuse to honor Mirage probe because of “unethical deception.” (newsosaur.com)
* Jim Warren is named New York Daily News Washington bureau chief. (@tackettdc)
* D.C. restaurant and the AP team up to offer news with your check. (washingtonpost.com)
* NBC News chief digital officer Vivian Schiller to keynote the first-ever Lost Remote Show. (lostremote.com)
* Business Insider “opens the kimono” and discloses its traffic figures and strategy. (adweek.com)
* The things you hear on NPR’s “Morning Edition”! (@petersagal)

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