Morning Report for May 14, 2013

* New York Times Co. CEO says he’s “very pleased with the interest, and the progress, that’s been expressed so far” in the effort to sell the Boston Globe. (bostonglobe.com)
* Times-Picayune loses columnist James Gill to rival Advocate. (theadvocate.com)lard
* BuzzFeed puts up a GIF that showing Obama transforming into Nixon. (huffingtonpost.com) | The White House wants to stay out of the AP phone records mess, but… (theatlanticwire.com)
* Lawyer and ex-reporter: “A sad week for the nameless and faceless brave sources who have stories to tell and for the public, which will lose the opportunity to hear those voices.” (insideprivacy.com)
* Here’s an even larger O.J. on New York Post’s cover: (newseum.org/PDF)
* Pro-gun news site Photoshops Mike Peters’ cartoon and changes its message. (dailycartoonist.com)
* Atlantic Media to launch Defense One, a site for the national security community. (adweek.com)
* CNN anchor Zoraida Sambolin says she has breast cancer and is getting a double mastectomy. (AP via washingtonpost.com) | Read her Facebook message
* “I used to work for Bloomberg News, so what I’m about to say is informed by that experience….” (allthingsd.com)
* Milwaukee radio talker: Memo leak suspects “are legion, given the groupthink in that [Journal Sentinel] newsroom.” (620wtmj.com)
* Mac Tully leaves the San Jose Mercury News to become Denver Post publisher. (denverpost.com) | Steve Rossi replaces him. (mercurynews.com)

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