Morning Report for April 15, 2015

* Capital New York becomes Politico New York. (Politico Florida and Politico New Jersey are coming soon.) ( | (
* Editorial cartoonists are asked: Are there “red lines” you prefer not to cross? (
* Ohio University’s Post apologizes for its opinion editor’s secret deal with the university president. (
* Jill Abramson‘s asked about contributing to BuzzFeed. She says her plate’s full now, but… (
* A “suspicious” black egg with a painted face prompts the evacuation of’s offices and a call to the Bomb Squad. (
* Fun fact: High Times has a softball team called the Bong Hitters. (
* A New York Post “photo exclusive”! Brian Williams and wife walk their dog. ( | What should we read into the suspended anchor’s stroll? (Have cable pundits discussed this?) (
* Tom Brokaw calls Williams’ fibs a really, really serious matter. (
* Micropayments for news won’t work. He’s right: “I don’t believe that people will pay 10 or 30 cents to purchase one story at a time.” ( | How about crowdfunding? (
* Sing it with me! You’re so vain… (@DylanByers) | The most influential political journalists list: (
* Howard Cosell‘s career examined. (The legendary sports commentator died twenty years ago this month.) (
* Time Inc. staffers fear more layoffs before moving downtown. (
* The Telegraph probably should have had someone who knows German live-blog this press conference. (
* SPONSORED: Learn from Steve Brill, Emily Bazelon and other storytelling masters at THREAD at Yale, June 7-10. (
* The free millennial-targeted NYT Now app launches May 11. (
* “Seinfeld” fans will want to connect with Art Vandelay on LinkedIn. ( |
* Former Washington Post publisher Katharine Weymouth joins FiscalNote’s board. (