Evening Report for October 9, 2014

* The final issue of Providence Phoenix comes out next week. (vanyaland.com) | (ripr.org) | March 2013: Boston Phoenix folds. (jimromenesko.com)
* St. Louis Post-Dispatch photographers in Ferguson felt guilty for not being on the streets when their boss ordered them to take a break. (npaa.org)cnn
* A strong debut for CNN’s “Somebody’s Gotta Do It” with Mike Rowe. (mediabistro.com) | (nytimes.com)
* David Plotz leaves Slate to become CEO of Atlas Obscura. (@davidplotz) | (washingtonpost.com)
* Washington City Paper managing editor Jonathan Fischer joins Slate as a senior editor. (mediatbistro.com)
* Trading floor photos defended. (marketwatch.com)
* NPR memo: “[Ebola] developments need to be put into context — and sometimes that context will lead to a decision by NPR not to turn something into ‘breaking news’ even if some of our competitors are.” (npr.org)
* What are the next revenue sources for news organizations? Share your ideas. (mediadistruptus.com)
* Amazon’s opening its first brick-and-mortar store in New York City. (commercialobserver.com)
* RIP Jan Hooks. The “Saturday Night Live” cast member (’86-’91) was 57. (TMZ.com)