Morning Media Mix

NewspapersMediabistro’s West Coast media blog, FishbowlLA, announced yesterday that it would go “on hiatus.” The blog’s co-editor, Richard Horgan, is leaving FishbowlLA for its New York-based cousin, FishbowlNY. FishbowlLA’s archives are also being folded into FishbowlNY, meaning FishbowlLA will cease to exist as a separate blog. They are, however, keeping their Twitter account active. (FishbowlLA)

In other media news:

The Village Voice is leaving the Village for the Financial District. A high school will move into their current offices. (Bedford + Bowery/The Local East Village)

Capital New York is launching a $4.99 e-book of the best articles they’ve already published. (Capital)

Eva Chen, former senior editor at Teen Vogue, has been named editor in chief of Lucky magazine, replacing Brandon Holley (WWD)

Joe Michaels, the longtime director of the Today show, is being reassigned to a less powerful “senior director” position. The show has not yet announced his replacement (The New York Times)

A photographer is suing Buzzfeed for $3.6 million. He claims that Buzzfeed both used his photo without permission and made it easy for other sites to use his photo without permission. (paidContent)

The Washington Examiner, which recently stopped producing a daily newspaper and laid off most of its local news reporters, has hired Politico’s Tim Mak as a Congressional reporter. (Washington Examiner/FishbowlDC)