Thanks to lots of stations around the country, we can watch ice desks come together. We can hear cringey raps about them. We can watch them melt.
OK, then, let’s do all those things now.
WLUK-TV in Green Bay, Wis., … Read more
Bob Costas’ eye infection has gotten so bad he’s going to step back from coverage of the Sochi Olympic Games, he said Tuesday on “Today.” Matt Lauer will take over in what Costas framed as a call to the bullpen.… Read more
Bill Keller’s announcement that he plans to leave The New York Times to join a news nonprofit is his second exit from The New York Times to make news — the first came when he stepped down as executive editor … Read more
Michael Luo says he’s “hanging up my reporter hat” to help lead The New York Times’ metro coverage:
Admit twinge of regret leaving behind byline, one of best jobs in journalism but excited for new challenge; broader impact.
— Michael… Read more
The paparazzo Pascal Rostain says The Washington Post is planning “une bombe” of a story, Le Figaro’s Lena Lutaud reports: That President Obama is having an affair with Beyoncé. “I can assure you the whole world will be talking … Read more
Marine Corps Times
The independent Marine Corps Times will no longer be available in the checkout lanes of exchange stores on bases, Lance M. Bacon reports. Paid newspapers will only be available in the back of such stores. The … Read more