Afternoon report

dollarFolio posts the results of its annual magazine editorial salaries survey.

Men — Editor-in-chief: $100,800; executive editor: $84,200; senior editor: $63,600.
Women — Editor-in-chief: $85,100; executive editor: $85,700; senior editor: $58,200.

* A five-year look at magazine editorial salaries. (foliomag.com)

* Sheldon Adelson sues the Wall Street Journal reporter for libel. (talkingpointsmemo.com)
* The owner of SF Weekly, Bay Guardian and Examiner “has gone out of his way to make himself notorious.” (modernluxury.com)
* Former Onion staffers blast CEO’s apology — “the first time The Onion has ever retracted anything and run a real apology‬.” (buzzfeed.com) | Read their parody apology. (hollywoodreporter.com)
* The Onion’s CEO did the right thing, says Rem Rieder. (USA Today via cincinnati.com)
* International Herald Tribune becomes International New York Times this fall. (nytimes.com)
* Michael Wolff is surprised that “such a primitive product” like Craigslist has lasted so long. (usatoday.com)
* Author of NYT Magazine story on addictive foods: “I got calls from doctors saying if you want to see something really deplorable, look at hospital cafeteria food.” (nytimes.com)
* Hundreds of Seattle Times readers react to the news that the paper will charge $4/week for a digital subscription. (mynorthwest.com)
* Why traditional news outlets won’t buy the Boston Globe. (newsosaur.blogspot.com)
* What recently newspaper industry developments might mean for Twin Cities newspapers. (minnpost.com)
* Gizmodo editor Joe Brown returns to Wired as New York editor. (allthingsd.com)
* Detroit newspaper employees finally get raises. (crainsdetroit.com)
andrew* How long will it take Andrew Sullivan to raise the remaining $300,000 or so that he says he needs? (paidcontent.org)
* WSJ.com’s Raju Narisetti is promoted to a News Corp. strategy post. (talkingbiznews.com)
* CUNY Graduate School of Journalism dean Stephen B. Shepard is stepping down at the end of the year. (journalism.cuny.edu)
* Cincinnati Enquirer investigative reporter Barry Horstman collapses and dies in the newsroom. (cincinnati.com)

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