Morning Report for June 10, 2013

* A new Pew report finds the financial outlook of nonprofit news sites decidedly mixed. “Many feel starved of the resources necessary to grow their operation and ensure some kind of financial security,” writes Justin Ellis. (
* “Whenever I want my blood pressure to go up, I’ll read [Paul] Krugman,” says a man who’s written about 500 letters to the Raleigh News and Observer. (
* The Guardian has an “avowedly liberal voice.” ( … and it’s not owned by Rupert Murdoch. (@davidfolkenflik)
* The Guardian’s Miriam Elder is named BuzzFeed foreign editor. (
* Edward Snowden used “Verax” as his code name – “truth teller” in Latin. (
* Frank Magid survey: 54% of Americans between the ages of 18 to 34 own a tablet. (
* Pew Internet survey: 34% of American adults ages 18 and older own a tablet computer – up from 18% a year ago. (

- Today's Baltimore Sun sports cover

– Today’s Baltimore Sun sports cover

* Glenn Greenwald spars with Mika Brzezinski on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.” (
* “Look at the centerpiece hed on the Sun sports cover…” (at right) (@JamesEBriggs)
* What a Koch-owned Los Angeles Times might look like. (
* Simon Dumenco: The eventual demise of Facebook has become something of an obsession for many pundits. (
* Kelly Wallace returns to CNN as a digital correspondent covering women’s issues. (
* How the Los Angeles Herald Examiner named Richard Ramirez the “Night Stalker.” (
* David Carr calls Nikki Finke “erratic but very effective, using old-school tactics to power a new media enterprise.” (
* University System of Georgia is sued for failing to produce records about Georgia Perimeter College’s $25 million budget shortfall. (
* Saudi prince sues Forbes for undervaluing him at $20 billion. (Reuters via
* How the Forbes India editors were forced out. (