Morning report for June 5, 2013

* A new report says newspapers’ total revenue will continue to decline through at least 2017. (
* Keith Olbermann signs with Turner Broadcasting. (
* Intern: “I don’t understand how people sign on to an unpaid internship and then have the audacity to demand payment afterward.” (
* Report: John Paton’s Digital First Media is taking a look at Newsweek’s books. (
* Bloomberg News begins investing in start-ups, including some that its tech journalists write about. (
* “Bazooka Joe” turns 60. (Did you know that his eye-patch was a spoof on a Hathaway shirt ad?) (
* Hearing reactions to the demise of Pro Football Weekly is like “being at your own funeral,” says the editor. (
* Politico editor says media firms should fear Bloomberg “because they have huge ambitions and huge cash reserves and they clearly have an appetite for more Washington coverage.” (
* “The single most consistent and universal trait of all reporters is that they are curious,” says ex-Time Inc. editor-in-chief John Huey. (
* Has the New York Daily News become “a star-studded shock sheet.” Its editor says: “We’re doing no more than reflecting lifestyles in terms of what our readers watch on TV.” (
* New York Post “newsroom institution” Myron Rushetzky is leaving the paper. (
* A new journalism school at Morgan State University will be led by USA Today columnist DeWayne Wickham. (
* New York State’s education commissioner gets tough questions from high school journalists. (
* Jonah Lehrer, who hasn’t tweeted since his controversial $20,000 Knight Foundation talk in February, is shopping a book about love. (
* Great video! OK Go plays “All Is Not Lost” hundreds of times while NPR Music’s “Tiny Desk” HQ moves to its new building. (
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