Morning Report for November 27, 2013

- I have typo problems, too, CNBC. Thought you'd want to correct this.

– I have typo problems, too, CNBC. Thought you’d want to correct this.

* Oregonian editor Peter Bhatia is a finalist for the University of Nebraska-Lincoln j-school dean job. (
* Laughs and a little controversy at last night’s International Press Freedom Awards. ( | “The Jon Stewart of Egypt” received an award. ( | Bloomberg LP’s CEO was there. (
* Red Sox owner John Henry is looking to sell his recently acquired Worcester Telegram & Gazette. (
* AP denies reports that it sat on the U.S.-Iran talks story for months. (
* Lots of social media chatter about this Los Angeles Times front page: (
* Norm Pearlstine defends Lara Logan. “More often than not it is really the editor, sitting behind the desk directing the reporter, who is more at fault and more to blame than the reporter,” he says. ( | Fire “60 Minutes” executive producer Jeff Fager. (
* Jack Shafer: The cynic in me believes the Pogue/Couric/Bai hirings “are largely designed to produce positive press for the Yahoo name.” (
* B.J. Mendelson blasts NYT’s story about anti-semitism in Pine Bush. (
* The highs and lows of Gannett’s philanthropic arm. (
* Pope Francis, media critic. (@BrettLoGiurato)