New Inky/DN Boss to Print Journalists: Drop Dead?

It's all about digital. Plus: Bill Gates likes the Comcast Building, Philly likes the soda tax, and more of what's news this morning

New Head of Inky/Daily News to Emphasize “Digital Innovation.” Greg Osberg on old-style print journalists: “That type of person doesn’t fit well into where our overall strategy will be.” Meanwhile, in this 2009 interview with The Times, he predicted that by 2012 “people will be browsing the Web more on their phones than on PCs or laptops.” [Daily News]

Gaming Board to Foxwoods: We Want Our License Back. Board shoots down the casino’s request for 180 days to find new investors. But revoking the license could take up to a year or more. Oh joy. [Business Journal]

Steve Wynn Might Be First in Line to Snap Up That Very License. So wait…now the casino magnate might still embrace Philly gaming? We feel so cheap. []

More Than Half of Philly Likes the Soda Tax. New polls says 53 percent support a 2-cents-per-ounce tax on sugary beverages, even as Council is getting ready to kill Nutter’s proposal. []

What Has 60,000 Feet and Takes Up 10 Miles of Broad Street? Crazy-large field of 30,000 runners for Sunday’s Broad Street Run. Starts at 8:30 if you want to be part of it — or avoid it. (Check out the Broad Street coverage on our Be Well Philly blog.) [Inquirer]

Bill Gates Likes the Comcast Building, Likes Brian Roberts. He was in town yesterday. Roberts stuff is at the very end of this Q & A. [Inquirer]

You Better Buy a House Today. Otherwise you lose the Federal tax credit. []

Sons of Smarty Jones and Afleet Alex to Square Off in the Derby Tomorrow. The Scoop will be watching from his living room, mint julep in hand. Just so you know. [Inquirer]