The Journalism.co.uk site has a list: 10 things journalists should know in 2013. They range from skills to tone to accountability to recognition and embrace of change.
John Gapper of The Financial Times examines the reasoning behind online paywalls and explores the concerns that substantial journalism is going to become the preserve of the wealthy consumer. (The column in question is available only through registration.)
The Independent has a critical piece on England's secretive Privy Council, which seemingly is going to be tapped to help oversee the conduct of newspapers.
Poynter has a look at the quality of reporting on mental health following the shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School. Beat reporters praise the effort as progress.