Morning Report for July 18, 2013

* New York Post is looking thin these days. (thedailybeast.com) | The Post’s website is about to get a new look. (capitalnewyork.com)
* Liza Ghorbani writing in NYT in 2010: My night out with Liam Gallagher. (nytimes.com) | Ghorbani now: Gallagher is the father of my child. (nypost.com)
newsroom* What real TV journalists say about the fake TV journalists and what they do on “The Newsroom.” (mediabistro.com) | Why does anyone still watch the show? (theweek.com)
* Fox Sports 1, which launches Aug. 17, aims to be “the funny, irreverent, less serious sports channel.” (businessweek.com)
* Conde Nast reports its strongest September in five years. (adweek.com)
* Robin Abcarian: If you can get past the cover, Rolling Stone’s Bomber story is well worth your time. (latimes.com) | You won’t find this issue in CVS or Walgreens. (nytimes.com)
* Phoenix TV station goes to a chicken and waffles restaurant to get reaction to the Trayvon Martin case. (phoenixnewtimes.com)
* Glenn Greenwald is writing a book about NSA surveillance. (nytimes.com)
* New Orleans Advocate expands its coverage area. (theadvocate.com)
* Washington Post Co. announces “a small acquisition” that’s not media-related. (washingtonpost.com)
* Tucker Carlson describes Politico as “the rich kids camp in Meatballs.” (mediabistro.com)
* What’s the difference between a prostitute and a reporter? Michael Koretzky has a few answers. (spjnetwork.org)
* RIP: Metro US editor-in-chief Tony Metcalf dies of colon cancer at 50. (metro.us) | (nydailynews.com)


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