Morning report

* Google Creative Lab wins the 2012 USA Today Print Advertising Competition. (nytimes.com)
* Star-Ledger lays off 18 newsroom employees. (nj.com)
* There will be no white knight to save Philadelphia’s dailies. (phillymag.com)
* The average consumer has 29 brand “friends” on social networking sites – up from seven a year ago. (adweek.com)

-- Crayons, not computer graphics

— Crayons, not computer graphics

* What a Tulsa TV station did when the weather computers went down. (youtube.com)
* Facebook’s move into search could disrupt a number of Internet businesses. (wsj.com)
* Wall Street to Yelp: Facebook’s search announcement should scare you. (allthingsd.com)
* Atlantic’s “sponsor content” fiasco renews ethics concerns about advertorials. (washingtonpost.com)
* Mo Rocca: I ran out of opinions to offer on “CBS Sunday Morning.” (washingtonpost.com)
* Money to support journalism startups comes from a variety of sources. (niemanlab.org)
* Ben Huh: Aaron Swartz’s death “has made me cry and ache in recent days more than I care to admit.” (qz.com)
* The problem with WSJ’s iPhone-demand-is-crashing story. (forbes.com)
* “We’ve grown up as a company enormously,” says Patch president. (streetfightmag.com)
* The student newspaper at Florida A&M isn’t suspended after all. (spjnetwork.org)
* Ex-Washingtonian editor recalls billionaire Jack Kent Cooke’s lawsuit against the magazine. (jacklimpert.com)
* MIT Technology Review editor-in-chief Jason Pontin reveals his media diet. (theatlanticwire.com)

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