Morning report

* BBC journalists are going on strike for one day to protest job cuts. (reuters.com)
* Chuck Culpepper on the reaction to his coming-out column: “I have lived recent days in a torrent of kindness that has floored me.” (shermanreport.com)
penny* Dallas Morning News parent A.H. Belo reports 2012 net income of a penny a share. (finance.yahoo.com)
* New Republic’s new owner: “We’re going to move away from political opinion … and towards doing reported, substantive journalism.” (ft.com)
* Ex-Patch editor: “If a job applicant happens to have ‘Patch’ on his or her cover letter, don’t throw it in the trash.” (whatburnsmybacon.com)
* New York Times closes everyone’s favorite paywall loophole. (nymag.com)
* Center for Investigative Reporting releases an animated video of “The Shooter.” (youtube.com)
* CBS’s Major Garrett on his f-bombs: “I should know better than to use Latin on Twitter.” (mediabistro.com)
* Will the just-announced Esquire Network have shows about buying the perfect tux and how to mix cocktails? (time.com)
* Newspaper heiress Victoria Scripps-Carmody, 22, avoids further jail time. (burlingtonfreepress.com)
* Claim: Big media are “whistling past” the prostitution allegations against U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez. (washingtonpost.com)

Comments

comments