Morning Report for September 5, 2013

* Stories are bumped from Washington Post Magazine because of business-side objections. (
* Seven answers to the question: What should we demand of our reporters? (
* GateHouse Media and its majority owner agree on a prepackaged bankruptcy plan. ( | GateHouse stock “tumbled Wednesday on Wall Street, with its shares closing out the day at 2½ cents, down 47 percent.” (
* The NFL concussions settlement story that journalists missed: it’ll be subsidized by taxpayers. (
buzz* BuzzFeed founder: “By this time next year we should be one of the biggest sites on the web.” ( | Why BuzzFeed is “the media industry’s worst nightmare.” (
* Patch reporter who was ordered to turn over his notes and name of a source tells the court he won’t do it. (
* Jeff Bezos’s take on aggregation sounds “old-school.” ( | “He said all the right things” during his WaPo visit. ( | Washington City Paper has audio clips of Bezos’s meeting with WaPo staff.
* Governor calls reporter after hearing that she’d been laid off from Gannett’s News Journal. (
* Is it time to add “beloved” to the list of words that journalists should avoid? (
* Details mag hosts sessions on monetizing changes in technology; one was called “In$tagram.” (
* will shut down after four years as a standalone website and its content moved to (
* Howard Kurtz: “I like to say that Twitter is the new AP, except that it harnesses far more brainpower than a wire service ever could.” (
* Former Page Six editor Richard Johnson is returning to the Post, but “the specifics of his new role are unclear.” ( | is redesigned and loses its made-in-the-1990s look. (
* Poynter’s still trying to sell the land it put on the block more than 9 months ago. (
* Obit of the Day: “Do the Jumble every morning,” and other tips from the late Mary A. “Pink” Mullaney. (