Morning Report for September 17, 2014

* Report: The Newhouse family is selling Parade magazine to Nashville-based Athlon Media. (nypost.com)
* Arianna Huffington: “It’s our job to put the spotlight on good things [at The Huffington Post], and that has been a great source of revenue.” (digiday.com)
* The AP now uses “the Islamic State group” instead of ISIL. (ap.org)
mark* Mark Ruffalo (left), who is playing a Boston Globe investigative reporter in his next movie, visits the Globe newsroom. (bostonglobe.com) | Ruffalo stares at a computer screen: (@WesleyLowery)
* “The Baffler has had a strict No Intern policy since its founding, on the grounds that the internship system privileges those who are already privileged and disadvantages would-be publishing career havers who are not.” (niemanlab.org)
* Washington D.C.’s ABC affiliate – now owned by Sinclair – turns right. “Stories have generally been critical of the Obama administration and tend to offer perspectives primarily from conservative think tanks.” (washingtonpost.com)
* The Nashville Banner is back. “No print is anticipated, at least not now. For the time being, we will be free.” (thenashvillebanner.com)
* The Reporters Committee is going to start taking on cases that news organizations would handle if they could afford it. (cjr.org)
* “Garnish” bothers some NPR listeners. (npr.org)
* JOBS: Teach journalism at the University of Dayton. (Romenesko Jobs)
* Longform launches a free iPhone app. (capitalnewyork.com) | “Longform is thriving, a profitable company with five employees.” (newsweek.com)
* Going… going … nah, it’ll never sell: An eBay user is asking $10,000 for a copy of Time with a Robin Williams “ghost” cover shot. (Dead Tree Edition)

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