Morning Report for March 27, 2015

* The New Jersey radio news director who was given a Corvette loaner – thanks to Chris Christie – is still writing about the governor. I asked Eric Scott about it Thursday, but he never responded. (
* Jonah Peretti‘s dumb idea: “I would raise prices [of the print New York Times] and make it into more of a legacy product.” ( | “Legacy product” Providence Journal is doubling its newsstand price next week. (
* Jon Stewart says farewell to “Daily Show” correspondent Jason Jones. (
* [RIGHT] How the Indianapolis Star played the state’s anti-gay law signing on page one. (
* Ad exec Martin Sorrell says agencies may want to rethink the shift of ad dollars into online media at the expense of magazines and newspapers. (
* Sarasota Herald-Tribune’s award-winning headquarters – opened in 2006 – is for sale. (
* Detroit Free Press editor and publisher Paul Anger is retiring in May. (
* Twin Cities news outlets are scolded for naming uncharged suspects. (
* JOBS: A new NYC-based website is looking for education reporters; Honolulu Civil Beat seeks an investigations editor. (Romenesko Jobs)
* NPR: Two reasons for not using “suicide” in the Germanwings crash stories. (
* Bet on Periscope over Meerkat. (
* The 62-year-old Chicagoan behind the Rhyme of the Day blog says he’s “motivated to amuse.” (Chicago Tribune via