Morning report

* Rupert Murdoch would be “terrifically interested” in the Boston Globe, says biographer Michael Wolff. (bostonherald.com) | Bloomberg’s added as the 26th possible buyer. (smartertimes.com)
* Globe columnist: “Who knows, maybe Sir Rupert will throw his hat in the ring. Stranger things have happened.” (bostonglobe.com)
* Meet your 2013 Pulitzer judges. (They start their work today.) (qz.com)
* Washington Post reports 2012 earnings of $131.2 million (17.39 a share) — up 13% from 2011. (washingtonpost.com)

- Indiana Daily Student headline

– Indiana Daily Student headline

* How petty! Scranton’s ABC affiliate refuses to run a Dunder Mifflin ad during the Oscars. (adweek.com) | Scranton paper’s coverage: (thetimes-tribune.com)
* Indiana Daily Student editor: Why we have a 120-point, bold headline on page one today. (idsnews.com) | Here’s the PDF version: (idsnews.com)
* Andrew Sullivan: “If journalism is not understood to be separate from advertising, then it has lost something incredibly important in a democratic society.” (capitalnewyork.com)
* Iowa governor claims the Des Moines Register is waging a campaign against him. (desmoinesregister.com)
* Knife-wielding chef who appeared on Boston Phoenix’s cover is arrested for stabbing a man in the leg. (bostonmagazine.com)
* CNBC to guests: No same-day appearances on Fox Business or Bloomberg TV. (npr.org)
* New York Observer staffers are warming up to new editor Ken Kurson, but still cautious. (wwd.com)
* I was wrong. Elon Musk did not discuss the New York Times on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” last night. (allthingsd.com)
* How film students made the eagle-snatches-baby video that got 42 million views. (buzzfeed.com)
* Writer Ruth Graham wants NYT to find more people who go to church as a part of their “Sunday Routine.” (smartertimes.com)

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