Evening Report for June 25, 2013

* InsideClimate News and Arkansas Times team up to cover the ExxonMobil oil spill in Mayflower. (arktimes.com)
* Nick Kristof, Charles Lewis and others win the Missouri Honor Medal for Distinguished Service in Journalism. (missouri.edu)
* How to tell the story of a fire through photographs. (“Our summer intern, Zack Anderson, of Cedarville University in OH, really did a great job with this Storify,” writes Dennis Hetzel.) (storify.com)
digg* Digg Reader debuts. (nytimes.com) | “Promising … but incomplete.” (techcrunch.com) | Inside Digg’s race to build the product. (wired.com)
* Say it isn’t so, Snuffleupagus! Sesame Workshop cuts 30 employees, or about 10% of its workforce. (deadline.com)
* CNN is pulling the plug on CNN Radio. (mediabistro.com)
* Vice magazine brouhaha has Clancy Martin thinking about suicide and why we should talk more about it. (harpers.org)
* UNITY calls on the news industry to make diversity a business imperative. (unityjournalists.org)
* Longtime National Geographic photography director Robert E. Gilka is dead at 96. (nppa.org)
* PSA: Get a 3-month New York Times all-access digital pass for just a buck. (You don’t have to be in DC to get it.) (livingsocial.com)
* Howard Kurtz is going to be a grandpa. (mediabistro.com)