Evening Report for August 7, 2014

* Dean Baquet: “From now on, The Times will use the word ‘torture’ to describe incidents in which we know for sure that interrogators inflicted pain on a prisoner.” (nytimes.com)
* Why so few female opinions on sports talk shows? (washingtonpost.com)lebron
* Dan Le Batard‘s billboard “stunt” gets him a two-day ESPN suspension. (thebiglead.com) | (ohio.com)
* NPR editor: “Some people require longer conversations about the potential lingering effects from the reports we do” about them. (npr.org)
* Layoffs at Bloomberg and a TV show cancellation. (nytimes.com) | (politico.com)
* Two-page anti-gay letter in the Newfoundland Herald prompts a complaint. (cbc.ca)
* BuzzFeed’s new CEO says the mandate is “to build a significant, independent media company.” (capitalnewyork.com)
* Ashton Kutcher‘s Aplus.com uses material from other websites without their consent. (dailydot.com)
* Mesfin Fekadu is promoted to music editor at the Associated Press. (ap.org)

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