FIRST CUTS: Feds miffed with Comcast; Print is back?

Joe Pompeo

Welcome to First Cuts, a daily roundup of headlines that should be on your morning media menu:

• Federal regulators weren't happy about Comcast's announcement last week of a new NBC Universal management roster. (New York Times)

• Nevertheless, the new brass offers "clues to the future of NBC." (New York Times)

• The "chief digital officer" is making a comeback. (AdAge)

• So is print, says Michael Gross. (Crain's)

• Gawker lost its legal tiff with Sarah Palin and HarperCollins. (New York Times)

• Five of the Chilean miners are going on "A360" tonight. (TVNewser)

• Jay Rosen explains "what Fox News actually is." (Inside Cable News)

• Paramount "improperly" banned a movie critic and then put her back on the screening list. (New York Times)

• "Consumers are wary ... of paying for content online ... But miserly consumers and new rules of distribution mean that things must change." (CrunchGear)