Morning report for March 13, 2013

* American Society of News Editors names its writing and photography contest winners. (Boston Globe’s Kevin Cullen wins the Batten Medal for the second time.) (
* American Society of Journalists and Authors announces award winners. (
* “Our two Siobhans today on @wsj’s Page One.” (@lisafleisher)
* The Hollywood Reporter says Keith Olbermann has settled his dispute with Current TV. (
* Shep Smith: “I don’t watch a lot of TV. …I usually have Jon Stewart or Colbert on our DVR.” (
* American Conservative magazine aims to generate “new kinds of discussion and ideas out of an unpredictable approach.” (
* “The New York Observer has always punched above its weight,” writes editor Ken Kurson. (
* UT-San Diego’s Doug Manchester: “We have no partnership with Koch Industries or with the Koch brothers.” (Reuters via
* Anna Wintour adds artistic director to her Conde Nast duties. (
* New York Times rivals ignore Joe Nocera’s “fantastic” Goldman Sachs scoop. (
* A LinkedIn acquisition of news-reading app Pulse makes sense, says Mathew Ingram. (
* “This image has been pixelated to protect the identity of the child.” Why bother, NBC News? You’ve named the kid’s mother. (
* NPR courts the under-30 crowd. (
* Blogger covers the papal conclave from his parents’ South Philly basement. (
* Washington Monthly and Washington City Paper have changed journalism in different ways, says ex-Washingtonian editor. (
* Orange County Register to cover local universities in three weekly sections. (
* Appreciating SiriusXM even more! Boston terrestrial radio guys play a death row last-meal game. (
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