Morning Report for June 13, 2013

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* Paul Farhi explores the family ties between the news media and the Obama administration. (washingtonpost.com)
* Veteran TV investigative journalist: “Sadly, there is a new crop of young television reporters who work in TV news for all the wrong reasons. They want to be ‘a star.'” (thephoenix.com)
* Here’s the story that prompted the Sun apology on the right.
* Hearst Magazines’ goal is to have 10% of its total circulation digital by 2016. (niemanlab.org) | Magazine execs meet in Philly. (wwd.com)
* Washington Post’s “Sponsored Views” offering is pretty smart, says Mathew Ingram. (paidcontent.org)
* THE SHOUTING’S OVER: Official U.S. Navy communications no longer have to be written in all caps. (wsj.com)
* Los Angeles Times staffers are still waiting for a party that the paper promised in 2011 after it won the Selden Ring prize. (washingtonpost.com)
* The ideal profile subject “is both richly idiosyncratic and part of something bigger than themselves.” (jacklimpert.com)
* Erin Lee Carr (yes, David’s daughter) leaves Vice for The Verge. (observer.com)
* James Poniewozik suggests “The Daily Show” amp up the weirdness for the summer. (time.com)
* Tampa Bay Times CEO and Pulitzer chairman Paul Tash discusses this year’s journalism prizes. (floridatrend.com)
* David Seifman is expected to be named New York Post political editor. (capitalnewyork.com)
* Helen Brush Jenkins, who claimed to be the first female staff news photographer in Los Angeles, dies at 94. (laobserved.com)
* Reporters help Anthony Weiner with his grocery shopping. (politicker.com)

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