Morning Report for March 28, 2013

* Studs Terkel’s name has been misspelled at Chicago’s Willis Tower for nearly 14 years. (One of my readers pointed it out earlier this week.) (chicagotribune.com)
* AOL chief executive Tim Armstrong says his relationship with Arianna Huffington “is the strongest it’s ever been.” (businessweek.com)
* How to succeed in journalism, according to Business Insider. (pbs.org)
boston* Judge tosses Boston rocker Tom Scholz’s defamation lawsuit against the Boston Herald. (bostonherald.com)
* Boston Herald’s old home is about to become a Whole Foods store and apartments. (bostonherald.com)
* Washington Post publisher Katharine Weymouth’s total compensation last year was $2.4 million. (washingtoncitypaper.com)
* Joel Achenbach on Summly as “another harbinger of doom for those of us in the professional news business.” (washingtonpost.com)
* Keith Sharon: “A typewriter sounds either like a glorious calliope or a very old man slogging up stadium steps in metal shoes, depending on your perspective.” (ocregister.com)
* “At least while Conrad Black was robbing the place it was making money,” says ex-biz editor at Sun-Times Media’s Southtown Star. (chicagoreader.com)
* BuzzFeed’s more than gossip and wacky news, says AJR editor Rem Rieder. (usatoday.com)
* Chris Hayes wants his show to be “high-quality journalism – compelling, dynamic and addictive.” (mediabistro.com)
* Committed to print: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette is buying new presses and considering a newsroom move. (post-gazette.com)
* Gizmodo knocks down New York Times and BBC stories about an “online attack.” (gizmodo.com)
* Report: The Sporting News dismissed about a dozen staffers on Wednesday. (thebiglead.com)
* Steven Swartz to succeed Frank Bennack as Hearst CEO. (adweek.com)

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