Evening Report for November 25, 2014

* New York Times Magazine says Chris Christie “did not halt passage of a same-sex-marriage bill in New Jersey last year.” In fact, the New Jersey governor did halt the passage of a gay marriage bill by vetoing it. (nj.com)
* When did “Don Lemon, CNN Anchor” become “Don Lemon aggressively subjective CNN polemicist”? (washingtonpost.com)
* Mike Sager talks to Elon Green about his memorable 1989 Rolling Stone piece, “The Devil and John Holmes.” (niemanstoryboard.org)wilson
* BuzzFeed tells staffers: Bring in traffic and you’ll get an Apple Watch. (capitalnewyork.com)
* George Stephanopoulos interviewed Officer Darren Wilson for more than an hour at a “secret location.” (huffingtonpost.com)
* ASU’s Cronkite School is now offering sports journalism degrees. (asu.edu)
* Matt Gross has resigned as Boston.com as editor-in-chief. He started the job on September 29. From the Globe’s memo: “While he is no less excited about the vision driving Boston.com, Matt described the ongoing challenge of simultaneously helping to guide that transformation and raising a young family that remains in New York.” (bostinno.streetwise.co)
* Bill Cosby biographer Mark Whitaker says he should have pursued the sexual assault allegations more aggressively. (ibtimes.com) | (usatoday.com)
* BillyPenn.com founder Jim Brady hopes to make more than half of the site’s revenue from paid events and memberships. (usatoday.com)


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