Morning Report for September 13, 2013

* A retired UPS exec buys Maxim magazine. (adweek.com) | (adage.com)
tina* Tina Brown’s memoir, “Media Beast,” will be published in early 2016. (Re The Daily Beast: “I just felt that my job was done” there, she says.) (nytimes.com)
* The Daily Beast’s fate will be decided by the first week of October. (capitalnewyork.com)
* Tina Brown’s charity raised over $1 million, but gave out just $10,000. (nypost.com)
* “Tina Brown died as Beast honcho because she treated it like a 90s magazine,” writes Choire Sicha. (theawl.com)
* A blogger’s beef with BuzzFeed is settled with a donation to charity. (revdancatt.com)
* Paul Krugman: I have better things to do with my time than tweet. (nytimes.com)
* Early Twitter investor Jeff Bezos is about to get even richer. (blogs.wsj.com)
* Departing NUVO editor recalls the feces he got in the mail. (nuvo.net)
* The National Book Awards’ annual “5 Under 35” list is made up of all women writers. (wyomingpublicmedia.org)
today* It sounds like we’ll be seeing a lot of orange on the “Today” show. (mediabistro.com)
* Rem Rieder: Kudos to New York Times for running Putin’s piece. (usatoday.com)
* Time managing editor Rick Stengel is at least the 15th journalist to join the Obama administration. (theatlanticwire.com)
* Gawker editor John Cook is trying to get records about Bill O’Reilly’s wife’s fling with a cop. (muckrock.com)
* Readers of UK’s Sun “strongly support” topless models on Page 3. (theguardian.com)

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