Morning report

* World-Herald columnist solves the mystery of the Great Omaha Manhole Fire Photo of 2013. (omaha.com)
* “Fantastic reporting” by Reuters takes down Chesapeake Energy’s swashbuckling CEO. (cjr.org)
* The dumb questions that reporters ask on Super Bowl media day. (daily-download.com) | (usatoday.com)
* Jeff Zucker wastes no time in trying to rebuild CNN. (baltimoresun.com) | (nytimes.com) | (thedailybeast.com)
* Al Gore defends selling Current TV to “respected and capable” Al Jazeera. (AP via nydailynews.com)
* Poynter Institute reports a $3.8 million loss in 2011 vs. a $109,000 loss the year before. (saintpetersblog.com)
tnr* Jack Shafer advises New Republic owner Chris Hughes to stop playing journalist. (blogs.reuters.com)
* A media reporter counts The New Republic’s ad pages. (erikmaza.tumblr.com)
* Time Inc. layoffs are coming today; up to 700 people are expected to lose jobs. (adweek.com)
* MSNBC is reviewing its claim that a Sandy Hook victim’s father was heckled. (washingtonpost.com)
* How the Seattle Times was able to send reporter Melissa Allison to India for a Starbucks series. (cjr.org)
* New York Post’s website is getting a much-needed makeover. (capitalnewyork.com)
* A former Orange County Register staffer takes a long look at the revitalized newspaper. (orangecoast.com)
* Matt K. Lewis: I hate the “meaner and coarser” Twitter. (theweek.com)
* A New York Observer reader fires up the old Olivetti and types a cute letter to the editor. (observer.com)

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