Morning Report for April 16, 2015

* Ohio University Post’s opinion editor is suspended for two weeks for striking a deal with the school’s president. (athensnews.com)
* “I really question their judgment,” a journalism school dean says of Poynter’s newspaper’s role in Wednesday’s gyrocopter flight. “There is no end of the ways this could have gone wrong.” (washingtonpost.com)times
* Jacob Silverman: “It’s troubling that BuzzFeed apparently caved to advertiser pressure, but…” (thebaffler.com) | (cjr.org)
* Bill O’Reilly says Brian Williams is “definitely going to come back,” but maybe not as “NBC Nightly News” anchor. (latimes.com)
* Chicago Reader judges say Isabel Wilkerson‘s “The Warmth of Other Suns” tops Studs Terkel‘s “Working” as the greatest ever Chicago book. (chicagoreader.com)
* Time Inc. CEO Joe Ripp‘s message to young journalists: “You can write listicles all your career, or you can come do some serious stuff here.” (digiday.com)
* SPONSORED: Learn from Steve Brill, Emily Bazelon and other storytelling masters at THREAD at Yale, June 7-10. (thread.yale.edu)
* Snapchat’s popularity is overstated. (observer.com)
* Anyone have a fresh angle on Hillary and Chipotle? (@jonfavs)
* Twitter’s lawyer admits “certain types of abuse on our platform have gone unchecked.” (washingtonpost.com)
* JOBS: Interested in sleeping? We have a writing/editing position for you. (Romenesko Jobs)
tote* Today’s fun fact: NPR sold 2,000 tote bags last year. (theatlantic.com)
* National Geographic is a social media champ. (nypost.com)
* Magazine trade group ASME softens its stand on native advertising. (wwd.com)
* Follow today’s International Journalism Festival doings on Twitter … or via livestream.


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