In other words, he was dead at the scene….
* Love those law enforcement press releases! Accident victim’s injuries “were incompatible with life.” (harfordsheriff.org)
* Daily Mail website has 80 journalists working out of its Manhattan office, making $40,000 to $60,000 a year. (nytimes.com)
* Meet two recent journalism grads who got jobs because administrators were mad at them. (spjnetwork.org)
* The average Google+ user spent 7 minutes on the site in March. (mashable.com)
* The Onion is praised for its Twitter hack tell-all. (allthingsd.com)
* Sheboygan Press, a Gannett daily in Wisconsin, is selling the building it’s occupied since 1924. (sheboyganpress.com)
* A judge says the Los Angeles Times can’t be stopped from reporting on testimony from Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum’s top manager. (latimes.com)
* BuzzFeed is teaching ad agencies how to tell stories the BuzzFeed way. (adage.com)
* Journatic presses on after last summer’s fake byline scandal. (streetfightmag.com)
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