Good morning. This is my last day at Poynter and my last morning roundup. Thanks so much for reading, and thank you for all the emails and tips (and corrections!) that have made it better. Poynter will keep the newsletter going — Kristen Hare will be your host. OK, enough talk. Here are 10 media stories.
- Maureen Dowd showed advance of column to Sony exec’s husband
Emails released by the Sony hack show the NYT columnist promised to show a column quoting Sony Pictures co-chair Amy Pascal to Pascal’s husband, former Times reporter Bernard Weinraub, before publication. «i would make sure you look great,» Dowd told Pascal. (BuzzFeed) | In 2012, Times reporter Mark Mazzetti gave the CIA a peek at an unpublished Dowd column after she asked him to help her fact-check it. (Politico) | Related: Variety co-EIC Andrew Wallenstein ponders the ethics of publishing stolen emails: «Journalism is, in some sense, permissible thievery.» (Variety)
- Twitter reinstates journalist suspended for publishing public record
«Look who’s back,» Darwin BondGraham tweeted at 2:01 a.m.
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