Morning Report for October 21, 2013

* Tech columnist David Pogue is leaving the New York Times for Yahoo. (@brianstelter)
* Esquire’s David Granger is Ad Age’s Editor of the Year; Bon Appetit is Magazine of the Year. (
* Here are the winners of the 2013 Online Journalism Awards: (
* Richmond Times-Dispatch’s conservative editorial board declines to endorse in the race for governor. “This marks, we believe, the first time in modern Virginia that The Times-Dispatch has not endorsed a gubernatorial nominee.” (
* David Carr: Quality news has become attractive to smart digital money. ( | Carr’s Q and A with Pierre Omidyar: ( | Newsosaur Alan Mutter on Omidyar’s bold, risky bet. (
* Gannett third-quarter revenue drops 4 percent. (
* Chalkbeat, an online-only nonprofit news site created by former newspaper journalists, is moving into new cities. (
* Goodbye, Indiana University School of Journalism; hello, IU Media School. ( | (
* Ex-NFL writer Len Shapiro’s big regret: Not focusing more of his writing and reporting on the brutality of football. (
* Lucia Moses: “The tablet may still represent great promise for magazines. But so far, it’s a promise nowhere near being fulfilled.” (
* Moody Foundation invests $50 million University of Texas at Austin College of Communication. (
dollar* Capital New York freelancers hope to get paid now that Politico owns the site. (
* Professor appeals the dismissal of his libel suit against University of Wisconsin-Whitewater student paper’s editor-in-chief. (
* Deadline editor Nikki Finke “has nearly stopped writing,” says Richard Johnson. ( | I’ve been on vacation, she says. (