Morning Report for October 29, 2013

* Will former Philadelphia Inquirer owner Brian Tierney return to paper? It’s been discussed. (bigtrial.net)
* Tulsa columnist: Thugs killing thugs is “good public safety work being done for the police by the gangs.” (thislandpress.com)
bob* Bob Woodward is more active at the Post now that it’s owned by Jeff Bezos. (huffingtonpost.com)
* New York Times staffers get NYTimes.com redesign preview. (niemanlab.org)
* Times style czar: We’re holding the line against friend and Google as verbs, except… (nytimes.com)
* Vermont publication stops using a freelancer who misrepresented himself to a Pentagon media operations officer. (vtdigger.org)
* The FTC gets over 1,000 complaints annually from angry Facebook users. (time.com)
* Ray Suarez: “I felt like I didn’t have much of a future” at “NewsHour.” (mije.org)
* The Associated Press was right to fire Bob Lewis for his McAuliffe error, says Alicia Shepard. (cjr.org)
* David Cay Johnston: “Bill Keller, and other journalists who cover Washington, should ask themselves why they believe the government should go after leakers.” (newsweek.com)
* A tribute to Life and Sports Illustrated photographer Bill Eppridge. (baltimoresun.com)
* Al Jazeera America plans to open a dozen new bureaus and add staff. (thewrap.com)
* Hurricane Sandy one-year anniversary front pages: (theatlanticwire.com)
* A Portland radio station says it will take down its Chinatown billboard that says, “We Love You Long Time.” (opb.org)
* The Nation seeks $120K from readers to cover postal-rate hikes. (capitalnewyork.com)

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