Evening report for May 23, 2013

* Featurewell.com’s David Wallis doesn’t want Nick Jackson to call his new site The Feature Well. (“He should try [calling it] Romeneska or TheMediaBistro,” says Wallis.) (observer.com)
* “We stand proud and fearless,” Roger Ailes writes in a memo to the Fox News staff. (washingtonpost.com)
* Will Leitch: “It’s sort of unfair to blame ESPN for a [layoffs] decision that Disney presumably forced upon them to ‘balance’ the bottom line.” (sportsonearth.com)
* Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett is now a Philly.com “New Voices” contributor. (philly.com)
* Post-“Snow Fall”: New York Times Co. CEO says the paper has “a couple more really big projects coming through.” (capitalnewyork.com)
* Oral history of NY1: “The story of a news station that became a phenomenon.” (complex.com)
* Association of Food Journalists announces its contest finalists. (eater.com)
ron* Ken Layne likes Wall Street Journal’s Ronald McDonald portrait. (gawker.com)* Richard Kipling is named editor-in-chief at USC’s CHCF Center for Health Reporting. (centerforhealthreporting.org)
* Orlando Sentinel reporter Jon Busdeker comes up with his own theme song (orlandosentinel.com)
* Homeless man says he’s Brit Hume’s son. (“This story is heartbreaking on a variety of levels,” say FishbowlDC writers.) (mediabistro.com)
* Denver radio talker Peter Boyles gets into a heated exchange with his producer, who was seen with red marks on his neck. (9news.com)