Morning Report for December 31, 2014

* The Trentonian’s L.A. Parker wrote 365 columns in 2014. (trentonian.com)
* New York Observer editor Ken Kurson calls his paper a “pro-business alt-weekly for the upper crust.” (reason.com)
* Grammar gripes from NPR listeners. (npr.org)
* A San Francisco pot-themed newspaper will launch in January. (matthewkeys.net)
* Waiting for confirmation: Deadspin hears that Tim Marchman is the next Deadspin editor. (deadspin.com)
* Deadspin is keeping track of Vox’s screw-ups. (deadspin.com)
* How The Intercept got its Jay Wilds (from “Serial) interview. (observer.com)
* Dismissals at Baltimore’s Fox 45 over the bogus “kill a cop” chant. (citypaper.com)
* Five things we supposedly learned from the New York Times this year. (digiday.com)
* An Oregon judge rules that a TripAdvisor commenter is protected by the state’s shield law. (oregonlive.com)
* Of course, White House reporters – like all journalists – jump from one story to another. (npr.org)
* There were 234 magazine launches in 2014 vs. 185 in 2013. (nypost.com)
* Parade magazine’s new owners snub smaller papers. (mauitime.com)
* Philadelphia City Paper drops Tom Tomorrow‘s cartoon, which it’s published for 20 years. (philly.com)




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