Morning report

-- Cutline in the Cleveland Heights Sun Press

— Caption in the Cleveland Heights Sun Press

* “Yes, that’s a goof that will appeal only to the most immature of readers.” (apple.copydesk.org)
* Feds investigate whether media companies facilitate insider trading on Wall Street. (online.wsj.com)
* New York Times invites entrepreneurs to its headquarters “to refine and grow their businesses.” (nytimes.com)
* Chris Cuomo is expected to leave ABC News for CNN. (nytimes.com)
* Mark Whitaker steps down as CNN managing editor. (politico.com)
* Claim: Steve Kroft’s Obama interviews diminish his standing and the reputation of “60 Minutes.” (theatlantic.com)
* Most of Ohio’s congressional delegation ignore college students’ four questions about guns. (jmc.kent.edu)
* Mark Cuban and Larry King discuss the future of Internet TV. (miamiherald.com)
* Most Americans surf the web while watching TV, according to study. (latimes.com)
* New Orleans businessman expresses interest in Baton Rouge Advocate. (theadvocate.com)
* BuzzFeed typically charges around $100,000 for four or five pieces of branded content. (digiday.com)
* “Smear sheet” runs hilariously inaccurate piece about New Republic’s new owner. (nymag.com)
* Sports Information Department does its best to put a positive spin on its team’s 42-25 loss. (chicagosidesports.com)
* Maybe it’s time for CBS to rethink its interest in CNET. (daily-download.com)
* Ad Age managing editor is convinced the New York Times has an “editor-in-trolling.” (adage.com)

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