Morning Report for March 31, 2015

* Report: Newsday parent Cablevision is going to offer $1 for the New York Daily News. (nypost.com)
* Jeff Bezos‘s help-wanted ad from 1994, and other “fascinating posts from tech founders who changed the world.” (carlcheo.com)
* New “Daily Show” host Trevor Noah has second thoughts about a tweet. (@thebrandedgirl) | His old tweets – some “offensive,” others just “corny” – are circulating on social media. (gawker.com) | (nytimes.com)bulletin
* Hartford Courant apologizes for its UConn basketball writer’s tweets. (awfulannouncing.com)
* [RIGHT] Marvel is promoting “Secret Wars” with a New York Bulletin newspaper. (io9.com)
* A constant struggle for reporters trying to get information from government bodies. Paul Farhi writes: “Roadblocks reporters say they have encountered at the federal level are also familiar to journalists covering smaller communities.” (washingtonpost.com)
* A reporter for First Look Media’s The Intercept joins in a civil lawsuit filed by journalists who were arrested in Ferguson. (firstlook.org)
* Even with ratings woes, MSBNC’s revenue this year is expected to beat 2014’s $501 million. (ap.org)
* Chris Lehmann‘s piece on his time at Yahoo News “should be required reading for anyone interested in the ills of journalism in the Internet age.” (washingtonpost.com)
* Zak Attack: “If you’ve tweeted breathlessly about the @indystar front page but don’t subscribe to your local newspaper, you can sit on a tack.” (@MrDanZak)
* Comedian Hannibal Buress is hosting the Webby Awards in May. (webbyawards.com)
* There’s now video of Andrew Sullivan talking about his decision to quit blogging. (92yondemand.org)

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