Morning report

* Barnes & Noble plans to close 30% of its retail stores over next decade. (Reuters via chicagotribune.com)
* The NYT wedding announcement that everybody loves. (nytimes.com) | Even Gawker. (gawker.com)
* Oral history of Deadspin; how the sports site made the big leagues. (adweek.com)
* Reading the “new” New Republic. (politico.com) | Getting The New Republic back in the game will be “a daunting task,” says Dan Kennedy. (dankennedy.net)
copy* Nine things good copy editors do. (jacklimpert.com)
* “Gone are the days of the cachet of ‘I have a TV in my [dorm] room.’ Students now have mobile devices instead.” (nytimes.com)
* Newspaper reality show producers have now received over 150 casting-call responses. (nytimes.com) | Earlier: Over 70 papers show interest. (jimromenesko.com)
* Ten TV shows about journalism and media that are worth watching. (collegemediamatters.com)
* NPR hears from listeners upset that Elliott Abrams was allowed to call Chuck Hagel “anti-Semitic” without giving proof. (npr.org)
* Alan Mutter: “Newspapers tend to blow valuable column inches on the details of events that everyone already has seen on television.” (newsosaur.blogspot.com)
* Surprise, surprise! Porn is popping up on Twitter’s Vine. (theverge.com) | (cnet.com)
* Design school’s viral video of an eagle grabbing a baby is bringing in scholarship money. (npr.org)
* Chicago Public Radio to listeners: Make more babies so we’ll have an audience in the future. (nytimes.com)
* Man, 93, is still delivering newspapers from his scooter. (lowellsun.com)

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