Sunday report

* We are all Huffington Post now. (LAT beats HuffPo with “What time are the Academy Awards?” hed) (allthingsd.com) | (@romenesko)time
* Is the Washington Post “pro-gay”? asks the paper’s ombudsman. (washingtonpost.com)
* Yes, we are pro-fairness and equality, says a Post columnist. (@geneweingarten)
* Why the Washington Post should keep its ombudsman. (guardian.co.uk)
* Ken Layne chats with a veteran journalist who quit Patch and returned to print. (theawl.com)
* San Francisco Chronicle science writer David Perlman, who turned 94 in December, has no plans to slow down. (latimes.com)
* Jack Shafer: “CNN has long possessed the character of no character.” (reuters.com)
* Seattle Times is putting up a paywall in mid-March. Non-subscribers will have “limited access” to its website. (seattletimes.com)
* Lakers center Dwight Howard on what’s wrong with the media. (latimes.com)
* “This is not your father’s journalism school,” says UNC dean. (newsobserver.com)
* Controversy surrounds Paolo Pellegrin’s award-winning photography. (democratandchronicle)
* WaPo Josh White on his interviews with a serial killer, a serial rapist, and a serial child molester. (washingtonpost.com)
* Manti Te’o answers questions from a massive media horde. (espn.go.com)
* ABC News is in talks with New York Times reporters Jeff Zeleny and Susan Saulny. (politico.com)
* Investors are heartened by the slowly improving conditions of news businesses. (usatoday.com)
* Oops! Make that “cage-free organic chickens,” not chickadees. (kennethinthe212.com)

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