Evening Report for June 28, 2013

* IRE keynote speaker Marcela Turati: “We Mexican journalists have become war reporters in our own country.” (ire.org)
* How the Texas Tribune handled the filibuster traffic. (mozillaopennews.org)
boston* Boston founder is ordered to pay the Boston Herald $132,000 in court costs after losing his defamation suit. (bostonherald.com)
* Craig Kanalley: “I’m going to be looking to do a lot of experiments, just trying lots of new ideas” as Buffalo Sabres social media editor. (ajr.org) | He wraps it up at HuffPost: “That’s it! #greatmemories.” (@ckanal)
* Gawker will give $200,000 to charity after no source comes forward with the Mayor Rob Ford crack video. (gigaom.com)
* Herb Greenberg recalls when his son came out eight years ago. “We were completely blindsided,” he writes. (linkedin.com)
* Twenty-two things journalists know to be true. (buzzfeed.com)
* Citysearch lays off 95% of its staff. “Traffic has been declining steadily over the last 12 months to the point where the site is now down roughly 80% YOY,” says a memo. a (eater.com)
* Winners of the Casey Medals are announced. (They’re for excellence in reporting on children, youth and families.) (journalismcenter.org)
* Gannett Government Media orders third-quarter furloughs. (gannettblog.blogspot.com)