Morning Report for December 27, 2013

* NPR’s “Journalists to Watch in 2014” list includes people of color, while Politico’s list doesn’t. (
* European study finds that Facebook is “dead and buried” to older teens. (
* Bristol, CT-based ESPN has received about $260 million in state tax breaks and credits over the past 12 years. (
* People magazine’s improved paper stock will cost Time Inc. millions. (
* Andy Carvin packs up his NPR memories. (
* Quartz is wrong; 2013 was not a lost year for tech, says Om Malik. (
* Patch should have gone outside the suburbs and covered cities, too, says Merrill Brown. (
* Over a quarter of Internet users download or listen to podcasts? Jack Shafer doesn’t buy it. (@jackshafer)
* CBS News correspondent John Miller returns to law enforcement. (
* Nearly 49 percent of newspaper websites ban anonymous commenting. (AP via
* Michael Barbaro will be covering Chris Christie for the New York Times. (
* Too easy, New York Post. (It’s “development” instead of “erection” online.) (
* Everything about sports-uniforms blogger Paul Lukas’s troll is now on one site. (
* Fargo Forum parent buys the Brainerd (Minn.) Dispatch from Morris Communications. (