Morning Report for August 22, 2014

* A health care company has no right to review the Boston Globe’s reporting before its story is published this weekend, says a judge. (bostonglobe.com)
* Washington Post to President Obama: Turn your words about journalists into deeds and leave James Risen alone. (washingtonpost.com)
* I’m no spy, says New York Times reporter Matthew Rosenberg. (@mrosenbergNYT)
* An early look at The New Yorker’s Ferguson cover. (newyorker.com)nyer
* Afghan presidential candidates say they’ll reverse Rosenberg’s expulsion. (nytimes.com)
* MediaNama has fun with the Reuters content acquisition chief’s idiocy. (medianama.com)
* Philadelphia Daily News reporters Barbara Laker and Wendy Ruderman say investigators are using the Philadelphia Inquirer to tarnish their reputation. (philly.com)
* “The tablet magazine has been flawed from the start.” (digiday.com)
* A magazine ad salesman is threatened with a felony extortion charge for using hard-sell tactics. (jsonline.com)
* Leo York of Albuquerque is outed as one of the “media assholes” in Ferguson. (gawker.com)
* Lisa DePaulo: “I always tell profile subjects: The more time you give me, the less time I’ll spend calling everyone you ever knew.” (jacklimpert.com)
* High Times didn’t publish its 40th anniversary issue in June because that’s a lousy sales month; it’ll come out in November instead. (thecannibist.co)
* New York Times launches a free daily mini-crossword puzzle. (nytco.com)elvis
* The late Rolling Stone writer Charles M. Young helped start a support group for guys addicted to alcohol and Elvis. (rollingstone.com)
* Robert Sherrill – “an inexhaustible loner of Washington journalism” – dies at 89. (washingtonpost.com)
* He didn’t read Clay Shirky‘s death-of-print memo? “We’re printing [even more] papers because the world is making us print papers.” (chicagobusiness.com)
* Vogue’s Anna Wintour is said to have a $200,000 clothing allowance. (nymag.com)
* Must Not-See TV: In a new WE tv reality show, people have sex in a box and then discuss what happened. (washingtonpost.com)


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