Evening report

* NYT’s Jim Roberts takes 75,000 Twitter followers out the door with him. (paidcontent.org) | The Times won’t say if it reached its target of 30 positions to cut by today’s deadline. (huffingtonpost.com) | NYT shares were up 4.57% on buyout-deadline day. (finance.yahoo.com)
* What it’s like to be interviewed by Robert Scoble, “the Oprah of tech.” (ecquire.com)

"Ballsy move."

“Ballsy move.”

* Why does Google still reward content scraping? (buzzfeed.com)
* Philly Daily News gets the “lede of the day” for its story about a naked man’s “ballsy move.” (philly.com via Gwen Florio)
* “A cartoon for student journalists everywhere.” (@upbeacon)
* Court sides with Portland Press Herald and orders that jury selection in a prostitution case be opened to the public. (pressherald.com)
* New York Daily News fights a subpoena issued to a former reporter called to testify in a murder trial. (capitalnewyork.com)
* “Law and Order” writer says his award-winning episode came out of his Medill experience. (dailynorthwestern.com)
* Al Gore to make TV rounds to promote book that trashes TV news. (mediabistro.com)
* New York Observer owner complains that “the press just blows things out of proportion.” (wwd.com)
* Miami Herald to staff: Don’t throw away our history while you’re packing up. (randompixels.blogspot.com)
* Fuse TV gets a good scolding for stealing a comedian’s Twitter-posted joke. (onlyannie.tumblr.com)
* Politico will be adding 30 positions, says editor-in-chief John Harris. (mediabistro.com)