Daily Tele sports report gets political. We’re not sure if we should praise or pillory Daily Telegraph reporter Neil Cordy for getting the below paragraph into his piece today on the price of AFL finals tickets versus the price of finals tickets of its NRL counterpart:

Front page of the day. Pakistan’s Dawn covers the horrific industrial fire that has cost 283 lives:

USA Today redesigns

USA Today, with its colourful omnipresence on airport newsstands and outside the doors of hotel rooms, is showing off its new look on Friday. And the makeover for the newspaper, based just outside the Washington Beltway, comes straight from Silicon Valley. ” — The New York Times

Journo infiltrates iPhone 5 factory

“A journalist claims to have gone undercover in a Foxconn factory where the iPhone 5 is being made, in order to get inside information about the device and its manufacturing process.” — Australian Macworld

Murdoch names new Times chairman

“Rupert Murdoch has turned to a former big gun at News International, Andrew Knight, to take over from him as chairman of the Times and Sunday Times.” — The Guardian

Newsroom actor tweets raunchy photos accidentally

“Alison Pill, who plays an associate producer on HBO’s The Newsroom, needs to work on her social media skills. Yesterday, instead of deleting this topless photo of herself from her phone, she Tweeted it to her 17,000 — now 20,000 — followers.” — TV Newser