Morning report

coffee* NYT staffer: “Over the next couple of months, the number of newsroom editors currently on the NYT masthead will shrink by at least half.” (@ssstrom)
* Jake Tapper says his CNN bosses “don’t want me to be Ron Burgundy.” (mediabistro.com)
* Matt Bors cartoon skewers Gatehouse for yanking coffee service. (mattbors.com) | Earlier: Gatehouse papers change coffee policy. (jimromenesko.com)
* Iranian journalist: What I remember from the newsroom in Tehran the night of Jan. 16, 1979. (online.wsj.com)
* Facebook is already trying to break Twitter’s new toy. (theatlanticwire.com) | Should TV take notice of Twitter’s Vine? (lostremote.com)
* Ken Doctor: The only bright spot in Tribune newspapers’ financials is the sale price. (newsonomics.com)
* Huffington Post is “frustrated” by “the relentless coverage of disaster, tragedy and scandal.” Isn’t that its content? (theawl.com)
* Stop the presses! Andrew Ross Sorkin is seen wearing a funny hat! (@jyarow)
* Nikki Finke blows the whistle on her parent company’s downsizing plans. (mediabistro.com)

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