Sorry, Charlie. It’s sold out.

Good morning. Here are 10 media stories.

  1. Charlie Hebdo sold out fast

    The first issue since last week’s attack at Charlie Hebdo is out and it’s sold out. «#charliehebdo sold out in entire city of Paris! Where is Charlie?» (@RuthBenderParis) | «No more Charlie. Charlie is not dead . #charliehebdo» (@lhinnant) | Here are some early morning images of people waiting to buy a copy. (The Guardian) | Copies were in Paris, London and New York. (The Guardian) | People in the U.S. didn’t have a great chance of getting a copy. (New York Post) | Anais Bordages asked Parisians why they bought copies. Said one man: «I bought Charlie before the attacks.» (BuzzFeed) | Related: Margaret Sullivan thinks The New York Times should publish the cover. (The New York Times) | Also related: «Why Journalists Don’t Seem to Care About the Tragic Massacre in Nigeria» (Good)

  2. Facebook is changing the rules. Again. This time with video.

    Will Oremus offers a great look at how media organizations have adapted so far, and what’s coming next. (Slate) | Previously: «Facebook is more important to news distribution than you think, and journalists are freaked out.» (Poynter)

  3. NYT has ‘SEO ambassadors’

    At The New York Times, Alexandra MacCallum «has also been busy, building her team and introducing new practices at the paper.» (Digiday)

  4. Bring in the drones

    From Poynter’s Al Tompkins, this may be the year we get to use drones. Maybe. (Poynter)

  5. DIY data viz

    Silk is «Kind of like a Storify on steroids.» There’s a tutorial, here, too. (Mediashift)

  6. Can we call it The Monocle?

    The New York Times will put out a men’s style section each month. (Capital New York) | It may not bring in the big ad dollars, but how great would it be if the stories were more like this one? (The New York Times)

  7. Newspaper carrier saves the day

    Douglas MacRae, a newspaper carrier with the New Jersey Herald, noticed an elderly customer hadn’t picked up her paper for days and called the police. 85-year-old Olive Blaison had been lying on the floor, unable to get up, for days. (NJ.com) | Previously: «Thank you, newspaper carriers. Long may you be the first to knock on doors.» (Poynter)

  8. Apply by tomorrow

    Here’s a collection of contests, scholarships, grants and fellowships with deadlines that start on Jan. 15. (International Center for Journalists)

  9. Front page of the day

    Charlie Hebdo’s first edition since last week’s attack, from @EvgenyFeldman.

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  10. Job moves, edited by Benjamin Mullin

    Audrey Cooper is now editor-in-chief of the San Francisco Chronicle. Previously, she was managing editor there. (San Francisco Chronicle) | Ann Curry will develop a media startup funded by NBC Universal. Previously, she was a national and international correspondent at NBC News. (New York Times) | Steven Komarow has been named news director for Roll Call. Previously, he was an editor at Bloomberg. (PR Newswire) | Jason Zengerle is now a political correspondent at GQ. Previously, he was a senior editor at The New Republic. (Email) | Jennifer Henrichsen is a technology fellow at Reporters Committee for the Freedom of the Press. Previously, she was a research fellow at Columbia University’s Tow Center for Digital Journalism. (Email) | Job of the day: BuzzFeed is looking for a Geeky Staff Writer. Get your résumés in! (BuzzFeed) | Send Ben your job moves: bmullin@poynter.org.

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