Morning report for May 29, 2013

* “Indian newspapers have the best headlines,” writes Lee Pacchia, who tips us off to the Times of India item above. (@leepacchia)
* Writer Abe Sauer sends invoices to websites that lifted his work and “to my surprise, one paid me. …MSN rightfully comes out looking decent.” (
* ProPublica is trying to raise $22,000 to investigate the intern economy. (
* “It seems to me that TV is the new long-form,” says Esquire editor David Granger, who is about to launch the Esquire Network. (
* A difficult week for “the other James Rosen” — the one who works for McClatchy, not Fox. (
* “For so long, was for the boobs — in every sense of the term.” But no more? (
* Who’s in and who’s out at Jeff Zucker’s CNN. (
* “Politics with Larry King” will air on a Russian cable channel. (
* Tom Brokaw: Obama administration worse than the Nixon gang? I don’t buy it. (
* It’s the 60th anniversary of the AP Stylebook and the new print edition has more than 90 new or updated entries. (
* Barry Diller’s trying to get rid of Newsweek. (
* Times-Picayune business reporter Jaquetta White is joining The Advocate’s New Orleans staff next month. (
* A new award for best first book is named after the late New York Times books critic John Leonard. (
* Another day, another anti-Koch brothers protest. (
* Former Irish Times editor wants Google to help Ireland’s ailing newspapers. (
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