Morning report

* Jerry Roberts donates $150,000 to three journalism groups after winning his lawsuit against Santa Barbara News-Press owner Wendy McCaw. (independent.com)
* Vanity Fair’s Maureen Orth investigates the BBC scandal. (vanityfair.com)
* Time and Fortune could be spun off, too; just not now. (qz.com)
* The issue that people are missing in the Tesla/New York Times controversy. (bizjournals.com)
* NYT’s public editor will be talking to Tesla CEO Elon Musk today. (@sulliview)
* Judge lets lawsuit over Huffington Post ownership go forward. (paidcontent.org)
* President of gay journalists group writes a letter to the AP (nlgja.org) | AP’s same-sex couples memos. (jimromenesko.com)
* Willamette Week editor tells journalism students to “rattle cages.” (downtowndevil.com)
* Footnoted celebrates 10 years — and its independence — with new features. (footnoted.org)
* Marquette University gets $8.3 million to fund a public service journalism fellowship program. (jsonline.com)
* FYI: The Chicago Reporter is looking for a new editor/publisher. (chicagoreader.com)

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