Morning Report for September 24, 2013

* Wisconsin judge denies courtroom access to reporters covering the case of a teen girl accused of killing her newborn. (leadertelegram.com)
* We still don’t know who illegally accessed reporter Sharyl Attkisson’s computer at CBS. (washingtonpost.com)
* Scott Armstrong: “There’s not a national security reporter that I can find who supports the shield law, because it won’t protect us.” (cjr.org)
* BuzzFeed’s president calls editor-in-chief Ben Smith “fast, good, decisive, smart, reasonable, and fun.” (linkedin.com)
logos* Check out the Quartz Headline Generator, launched as the site celebrates one year online. (qz.com)
* “We’ve turned into quite a solid business,” says Slate chairman Jacob Weisberg. (mashable.com)
* The pace of iTunes Radio listener growth puts it on track to surpass Pandora. (cnet.com)
* HuffPost Live is expected to break even by the end of next year, says HuffPost’s CEO. (wsj.com) | (adweek.com)
* Wichita teachers aren’t allowed to tweet or be on Facebook while at work. (kansas.com)
* A University of Wisconsin student journalist drops acid and attends a Badgers football game. (collegemediamatters.com)
* Students who check their phones during Gail Shister’s class are most likely to be called on. (phillymag.com)
* It’s a big day on Twitter for University of Nebraska-Lincoln students. (omaha.com)
* Apply here to be managing editor of Nate Silver’s FiveThirtyEight.com: (espncareers.com)
* AOL exec claims cuts at Patch haven’t hurt the sites’ performance. (reuters.com)
* The McGraw family is funding a business journalism center at CUNY. (talkingbiznews.com)
* Google apologizes for yesterday’s lengthy Gmail outage. (thenextweb.com)

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