Morning Report for February 11, 2014

- From Indy Star's video.

– From Indy Star’s video.

* Juneau Empire reporter Jennifer Canfield is fired after refusing to set up a meeting between her publisher and a legislator. (ktoo.org)
* Indianapolis Star staffers read mean comments from readers. (indystar.com) | (Inspired by Jimmy Kimmel‘s celebs-read-mean-tweets regular feature?)
* Ad Age: “Are we going to see the kind of splashy packaging Josh Tyrangiel brought to Businessweek reflected on Bloomberg TV?” CEO: “The answer is yes. We’re looking to bring that kind of storytelling to the TV platform.” (adage.com)
* An element of Bill Steigerwald‘s plan to save newspapers: “Web site first, paper second. Every day. All scoops appear on the web first.” (steigerwaldpost.com) | Brendan Nyhan on the benefits of “the staid local newspaper.” (cjr.org)
* How the Star-Ledger came to regret its Chris Christie endorsement. (mediamatters.org)
* James Taranto‘s Monday WSJ column about rape is blasted on Twitter. (huffingtonpost.com)
keller* Reactions to the end of the Bill Keller era at the New York Times. (newspaperalum.com) | (usatoday.com)
* Veteran Philly media reporter: “I think that they’re putting out kind of a bland product” at the Inquirer. (phillymag.com)
* Capital New York tweaks its pricing and now offers a Media Pro-only subscription for $4,000. (adweek.com)
* Self-plagiarism alert! Much of Rick Reilly‘s latest column is lifted from one of his 2009 columns. (deadspin.com)
* An “as such” lesson from NYT standards editor Phil Corbett. (nytimes.com)
* Secret, says Choire Sicha, is “a fascinating experiment, and I’m curious about where it will go.” (He’s deleted the app.) (theawl.com)


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