Evening Report for June 13, 2013

* Two former interns at Conde Nast magazines sue over wages. (They say they made less than $1 an hour.) (nytimes.com)
intern* Unpaid interns should just shut up, says a former unpaid intern. (phillymag.com)
* Gannett is now a broadcast company — and Wall Street likes that. (Shares up 34% today.) (newsonomics.com)
* Koch brothers blast former FCC chairman’s remarks about newspaper ownership. (latimes.com)
* News outlets need a secrecy beat. “One story could well lead to the next,” says Secrecy News blogger. (cjr.org)
* “Reinventing the article is what I jump out of bed thinking about,” says Anthony De Rosa. (ajr.org)
* Houston Chronicle photographers get buzzed to show support for colleague with cancer. (chron.com)
* TV Fun Fact: “John-Boy” Walton is eligible for Social Security today. (Richard Thomas turns 62.) (facebook.com)


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