Morning Report for November 19, 2014

* University of Delaware’s student paper drops “Lady Hens.” (The women’s sports teams will now be call Blue Hens.) (collegemediamatters.com)
* New York Times runs its first print native ad. (Shell bought the eight-page wraparound.) (digiday.com)buff
* [Right] How many Buffalo News subscribers got this paper this morning? (newseum.org)
* “As the press does stories on random acts of mayhem, we should also do stories on random acts of kindness,” writes Roger Simon. (politico.com)
* Bob Schieffer would love to interview the pope. (washingtonpost.com)
* Jamie Horowitz was bounced after pushing too hard and too quickly for “Today” show changes. (nytimes.com) | “He seemed to alienate everyone all at once.” (cnn.com)
* Uni-Watch’s Paul Lukas scolds an “admirer” for his “lazy-ass approach” to trolling. (uni-watch.com)
* Scribner Magazine, a literary website, has launched. (wsj.com)
* Former HuffPo managing editor Jimmy Soni, who was investigated for sexual harassment, is now a New York Observer social media consultant. (capitalnewyork.com)
* JOBS: Temple invites applications for the Verizon Endowed Professorship and Chair. (Romenesko Jobs)
* Howard Kurtz gets his highest ratings since moving to Fox News. (mediabistro.com)
* A Thanksgiving tip sheet for journalists. (dailynewsgems.com)
* TMI about People’s “Sexiest Man Alive” selections. (slate.com)
* Town & Country put together an odd “top political bachelors” list. (washingtonpost.com)
* This is what you get when you let the locals fill your newspaper pages: (pal-item.com)

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