Morning report for March 6, 2013

Cover of the day

Cover of the day

* Chicago Tribune wins the $25,000 Goldsmith Prize for Investigative Reporting. (chicagotribune.com) | (shorensteincenter.org)
* Toronto Star reporters pull bylines to protest cuts. (theglobeandmail.com)
* “The most Canadian correction in newspaper history.” (@sladurantaye)
* A better look at the Philly Daily News cover —> (newseum.org)
* “Oh, it’s a very good day,” Daily Caller’s Tucker Carlson tells the Washington Post. (washingtonpost.com)
* Does the political press focus too much on inside baseball? (theatlantic.com)
* “Nora Ephron’s Final Act,” by her son Jacob Bernstein. (nytimes.com)
* Ex-Providence Journal editor is named Rhode Island Supreme Court grammarian. (ripr.org)
* “If the U.S. media are so bad, what sort of alternative might conservatives prefer?” asks Thomas Schaller. (baltimoresun.com)
* Sean Hannity and John Sununu bash U.S. media on Fox News. (washingtonpost.com)
* Roger Ailes says of boss Rupert Murdoch: “Our relationship isn’t about love – it’s about arithmetic. Survival means hitting your numbers. I’ve met or exceeded mine in 56 straight quarters.” (vanityfair.com)
* E&P names ten newspapers “that do it right,” including the Orange County Register and Denver Post. (editorandpublisher.com)
* Ex-BuzzFeeder Zeke Miller joins Time’s Washington bureau. (@mikeallen)
* Felix Salmon: “If you want to earn money in digital journalism, you’re probably going to have to get a full-time job somewhere.” (blogs.reuters.com)
* Brandon Kavulla leaves Wired to become Fortune creative director. (@fortunemagazine)

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