Some stories we didn’t get to this week

Poynter Online’s got a small staff (and those Petraeus roundups aren’t gonna write themselves), so every week we end up with a lot of links to stories we would have liked to blog about if we’d had the time. Here are some of this week’s:

• McKay Coppins on being a Mormon reporter covering Mitt Romney’s campaign (BuzzFeed)
Chris Ariens’ interview with Roger Ailes on just what the heck happened on election night on Fox (TV Newser)
• Block by Block Community News Summit is three years old (Knight Digital Media Center)
• Christiane Amanpour donated $10,000 to a journalism program named for Marie Colvin (The Washington Examiner)
• Mark Shapiro is a hot tip to replace Jim Walton at CNN (Los Angeles Times)
Rough seas at “Today” lately as its executive producer and others change (New York Daily News)
• White males are still doing great when it comes to owning TV stations (Los Angeles Times, also Maynard Institute)
• Rupert Murdoch, Doug Manchester, Austin Beutner — who will bid for the Los Angeles Times? (OC Register)
• Peter Liguori is a hot tip to become CEO of Tribune Co. (Chicago Tribune)
• OC Register is donating $12.4 million in free advertising to local nonprofits; readers will get “marketing gift checks” to send to the charities they like best (OC Register)
• Justin Peters’ experiment in trying to put New York Times Style stories into action in his own life — including a bikini wax (Slate)

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