Morning Report for September 10, 2013

* Sports columnist TJ Simers: “The [Orange County] Register experiment to beef up the paper reminds me of the thrill I felt when I got into this business.” (thebiglead.com)
* Cablevision-owned Newsday is criticized for failing to disclose its ties to a candidate. (longislandpress.com)
* A premium subscription to Politico-owned Capital New York will cost $1,000 a year. (bloomberg.com)otr
* Five journalists’ five views of what “off the record” means. (mediabistro.com)
* Time Inc. buys Food & Wine and other American Express-owned titles. (nypost.com) | (nytimes.com)
* Florida news outlets protest judge’s order that they not broadcast or print details about girl’s attack. (jacksonville.com)
* Susanna Wolff — media columnist Michael Wolff’s daughter — is named collegehumor.com editor-in-chief. (mediabistro.com)
* Business Insider CTO is under fire for “homophobic, racist, misogynistic” tweets. (gawker.com)
* Matt Lauer: “The bigger the interview, the calmer I get.” (esquire.com)
* This TV news stars photo shoot was Wolf Blitzer’s idea: (mediabistro.com)
* Midland (TX) Reporter-Telegram says it was hacked by the Syrian Electronic Army. (mywesttexas.com)
* WeddingCrunchers.com is a searchable database of about 60,000 New York Times wedding announcements. (rapgenius.com)

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