Newspapers are saved…for one day. The New York Times looks at consumers' day-after appetite for a print souvenir of president-elect Obama's historic election win. Both newspapers in Obama's hometown of Chicago, the Sun-Times and Tribune, found Windy City residents in hot pursuit of November 5 editions, while USA Today printed 380,000 extra copies but still sold out nationwide.
For politicos wondering how less-joyful Republican supporters are taking Obama's win, The Huffington Post has a roundup of right-wing blogger commentary.
Also in the media glare:
Folio reports company-wide cuts at Hearst.
Slate.com reportedly hires staff to create a Jezebel competitor.
The New York Times runs a tale of the tape of the Time Warner-News Corp. rivalry.