Morning report for May 2, 2013

* Los Angeles Times stories will no longer refer to individuals as “illegal immigrants” or “undocumented immigrants.” (latimes.com)
* New York Times shareholders are told there’s no plan to take the company private. (bostonherald.com)
* Former Boston Phoenix staffers launch an online alt-weekly. (bostonmagazine.com)
nymag* New York magazine’s Hurricane Sandy cover (left) wins ASME’s cover-of-the-year award. (adage.com)
* “I don’t spend a lot of time thinking about how Sports Illustrated is going to cover something,” says ESPN The Magazine editor Chad Millman. (shermanreport.com)
* Charleston City Paper rejects Larry Flynt’s ad. (altweeklies.com)
* “I regret the mistake I made in writing about Jason Collins’ essay,” says Howard Kurtz. (buzzfeed.com) | Kurtz explains his Daily Download connection. (huffingtonpost.com)
* Wired, GQ, Vanity Fair and other Conde Nast titles are expected to unveil web programs by the year’s end. (nytimes.com) | (wwd.com)
* San Francisco Examiner headline from 1975: “Journalist Discovers a Straight in Gay Sports.” (nextavenue.org)
* Search traffic to publishers takes a dive: traffic from Google dropped more than 30% from August 2012 through March 2013. (buzzfeed.com) | Danny Sullivan’s take: (searchengineland.com)
* D Magazine in Dallas starts a national search for a new editor after Tim Rogers resigns. (dmagazine.com)
* The last Miami Herald section printed Wednesday from the paper’s downtown facility was Travel. (miamiherald.com)
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