Morning Report for April 5, 2014

* Richard Deitsch: “In memoriam of AP photographer Anja Niedringhaus, recently killed in Afghanistan, I repost [above] one of her epic images.” (@richarddeitsch) | More of her work.
* The Toledo Blade sues after two of its staffers are detained by military police. One officer said to photographer Jetta Fraser: “You say you are a female, I’m going to go under your bra.” (
* Conde Nast settles its intern-pay lawsuit. (
* Vox Media CEO Jim Bankoff on making a media company “awesome.” ( | More from this weekend’s International Symposium on Online Journalism: (#ISOJ)
* Two Rogers Media-owned magazines in Canada end their internship programs. (
* The University of Missouri-St. Louis student government cuts funding for the campus newspaper. (
* Editor & Publisher honors young newspaper journalists with its “25 Under 35” list. (
* Chicago Reader media critic Michael Miner gets a new liver. ( | December 2013: Miner seeks a liver donor. (
* A Boston TV station deletes its “exclusive” after police deny arrests were made in a high-profile 2013 murder. (
* News orgs are confused: Hz or kHz? Don’t ask me! (@Julivich)
* Found during the Oregonian’s move: two old typewriters and a hard hat. “I’d argue the hard hat is still a journalism necessity,” writes Anna Griffin. (
* Andrea James on “the brain drain that has happened in LGBT media.” (
* A plea for David Letterman‘s replacement to be “a grown-up.” ( | How the Letterman news went down. (
* Why TV news shops across the country run the same stories. (