Evening Report for September 4, 2014

* AP is “satisfied that pre-publication exchanges Ken Dilanian had with CIA before joining AP were in pursuit of accuracy in his reporting.” (@SallyBuzbee) | The Intercept: Reporter cleared his stories with the CIA before publication. (firstlook.org)
* Note to ESPN and universities: Confidentiality agreements do not trump public records law. (whenjournalismfails.com)mu
* Many outlets reported the bogus arrest story about Pittsburgh Penguins “straight arrow” Sidney Crosby, and now lawyers are involved. (post-gazette.com)
* There were layoffs today at Gannett’s Tennessean. (nashvillescene.com)
* An Indiana reporter worked as an informant for bounty hunters before a gunfight erupted and the fugitive she interviewed was killed. (southbendtribune.com) | (goshennews.com)
* Worcester’s police chief cancels a meeting with Worcester magazine because of a “provocative article.” (worcestermag.com)
* Time Inc. wants the right to outsource most unions jobs. (gawker.com)
* Brian Stelter‘s “Reliable Sources” show is moving from D.C. to New York. (capitalnewyork.com)
* Just leave us alone, Twitter! (medium.com)
* Bay City News Service is moving to Oakland because of high rents in San Francisco. (sfexaminer.com)