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* The “Fox & Friends” crew point out that it’s the most depressing day of the year. (thepoliticalcarnival.net) | “The theory of Blue Monday dates back to 2005.” (timeslive.co.za)
* Andy Borowitz: “Fox News to shut down for routine maintenance Monday morning at 11:30.” (newyorker.com)
* Notre Dame student newspaper editor apologizes for being taken in by the Te’o girlfriend hoax. (ndsmcobserver.com)
* Te’o’s father confirms he was the source for South Bend Tribune’s story about a face-to-face “girlfriend” meeting. (southbendtribune.com)
* Te’o tall tale “a massive failure of reporting, a de-pantsing of sports journalism.” (adage.com) | (sportsillustrated.cnn.com)
* Newspapers make creative use of office space — and try to make some money doing it. (nytimes.com)
* Reader submission: “Satirical New Orleans carnival krewe uses Day of the Dead iconography on float about newspapers, including The Times-Picayune.” (nola.com)
* Times-Picayune wins a prestigious award for a series that was produced by many journalists who’ve been laid off. (bestofneworleans.com)
* Should journalists donate time and money to causes? (comotivate.tumblr.com)
* Today’s publishing industry: “Authors must be willing to offset some costs associated with production and most importantly Public Relations.” (craigslist.org)
* I understand what happened here, Star Tribune; I’m still writing 2012 on my checks. (citypages.com)strib
* Oops: Chicago Sun-Times tells readers to watch for “exclusive” Presidential Inauguration coverage on February 22. (timeoutchicago.com)
* Syracuse Media Group floor plan aims to encourage collaboration. (syracuse.com)
* Lenore Skenazy: “Now it turns out that blathering is the web’s greatest strength.” (qz.com)
* “I had no right to start a print publication when I was 21,” says Jacobin magazine’s Bhaskar Sunkara. (nytimes.com)
* Meredith lays off 60 as it shifts resources toward digital strategies. (desmoinesregister.com)

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