Don’t fret over legendary foreign correspondent and latter-day plagiarist Arnaud de Borchgrave. He “feels vindicated” by our supportive emails. [Politico]
Being the editor in chief of Lucky gave Kim France migraines. [New York Times]
The Associated Press’s D.C. bureau has a prostitution problem. [Romenesko]
The American Prospect has raised $250,000, needs much more. [American Prospect]
Jim Paratore, executive producer of “TMZ on TV,” “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” and “Extra,” died of an apparent heart attack while cycling in France. [The Wrap]
Women still only write 20% of op-ed pieces. Maybe because they know 99% of op-eds are utter garbage? [CJR]
Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger says he wants 30 percent of the content in the paper to be pre-planned because news is so ubiquitous that by the time you read the paper you know it all anyway. [Nieman]
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