Morning Report for August 18, 2014

* Police vs. news media in Ferguson, the Sunday night edition. ( | ( | David Carr on Twitter and Ferguson: (
* Today’s St. Louis Post-Dispatch front page. (
* “You cannot imagine how inapt a choice I was to cover Woodstock in August 1969,” writes Jeff Simon. (
* Ryan Chittum on the “diminished” Gannett newsrooms. (
* Its sales numbers are down, but People still generates more revenue than any of Time Inc.’s magazines. “I certainly don’t think that I am responsible for the survival of Time,” says editor Jess Cagle. (
* New York Times publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr. thanks Turkey for helping rescue Times journalists. (
* The Associated Press wins the $10,000 Pulliam Award “for its fight to protect press freedom against secret U.S. government subpoenas of reporters’ phone records.” (
* Michael Wolff: “Based on the success of BuzzFeed’s ambitions, Internet media may turn into an exciting business, or continue on its path to a hardscrabble one.” (
* What NBC needs to do to save “Meet the Press.” (
* “Chuck Todd was introduced to me as ‘the new host of Meet the Press,'” – in 2008. (
* Wall Street Journal reporter David Bird has been missing seven months. (
* “Politico needs to figure out how to retain the black journalists it already has.” (
* McClatchy veep Anders Gyllenhaal sells 59,716 shares of stock. He now owns 17,144 McClatchy shares. (
this* Andrew Golis teases This. (
* I hope “the Anna Wintour of the next generation” would not agree to work for free. (
* Dallas Morning News editor Bob Mong says he’ll leave the paper sometime in 2015. (
* IN JOBS: Are you passionate about journalism and interested in law? We have a job for you in Boston. (Romenesko Jobs)