Morning Report for June 24, 2013

* Will Bunch, Jay Rosen and Erik Wemple on David Gregory’s “extraordinary” question for Glenn Greenwald. (philly.com) | (pressthink.org) | (washingtonpost.com)
* Has Greenwald become something other than a reporter? asks Paul Farhi. (washingtonpost.com)
* Facebook’s working on a Flipboard-like news reader. (paidcontent.org)
* Times-Picayune’s TP Street tabloid debuts today. (nola.com)
* David Warsh: Have newspapers retreated from the watchdog role they assumed during their “golden age”? (economicprincipals.com)
cohenlives* Leonard Cohen “is very much alive,” the New York Times notes in a correction. (nytimes.com)
* Ad sales for magazines’ iPad editions were up 24% in the first quarter. (adage.com)
* “We’re doing very well,” says the president of Advance’s MLive Media Group. Reaction: 235 comments. (mlive.com)
* A Milwaukee woman has 25 old typewriters, and she’s looking for at least one more. (jsonline.com)
* We’re seeing more magazines with four or more front covers, “as if a printing press had run amok.” (nytimes.com)
* Michael Hastings told friends last Monday about his “need to go off the radar for a bit.” (dailymail.co.uk)
* RIP Austin Goodrich, a CBS News and IHT freelancer who also worked for the CIA. (jsonline.com)
* Digital First Media CEO John Paton scolds news execs who live in the past and refuse to take risks. (jxpaton.wordpress.com)
* Journalists are more likely to shrug off criticism than others, says a veteran newsman. Most people read what’s in the paper about themselves and see it as etched in stone. (jacklimpert.com)
* For fun: Professional liar pitches a poop story to St. Paul Pioneer Press reporter Bob Shaw. (He’s skeptical.) (twincities.com)
* Hearst’s Dr. Oz magazine to debut in 2014. (nypost.com)
* Gawker’s sued by unpaid interns. (bloomberg.com)
* AOL Reader’s simplicity “might be just what you’re after,” says reviewer. (gizmodo.com) | (mashable.com)
* Fifty lessons from Carl Sessions Stepp’s 50 years in journalism. (ajr.org)
* University of Oregon starts its third search for a new j-school dean. (dailyemerald.com)

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