Morning Links: Google-Shy Sources and Tumblr-Happy Reporters

News Corp. phone hacking comes to the US. [NY Times]

Newspaper fires young reporter for commonplace millennial Tumblr hijinks. [Romenesko]

Are easily google-able internet archives fair to sources? [CJR]

Make newspapers from cellulose sludge. [Poynter]

Going rate for moles? $5,000. [Forbes]

Someone save The Village Voice. [Capital NY]

Dawn Ostroff’s Conde Nast entertainment shop hired Jeremy Steckler (500 Days of Summer, Juno) and Michael Klein (Sundance). [THR]

Brian Farnham out at AOL’s Patch. [Fishbowl NY]

Deborah Norville ponders why morning show wars are always about the ladies. [The Hollywood Reporter]