Morning Media Mix

NewspapersLast night, Texas State Senator Wendy Davis filibustered an anti-abortion bill in the Texas legislature. CNN, MSNBC, and Fox News did not cover the filibuster; CNN instead showed Piers Morgan discussing blueberry muffins. Earlier, the networks had been criticized for barely covering President Obama’s major climate speech, which only The Weather Channel broadcast in full. (The Hollywood Reporter/Politico)

Some employees at The Wall Street Journal and Dow Jones Newswires are being offered buyouts as part of a “limited restructuring” that will result in the elimination of some positions and the creation of others. The memo comes three days before the News Corp split. (Bloomberg/Politico)

CNN is pulling the plug on CNN Radio. Wait, CNN has a radio station? (TVNewser)

A survey by the American Society of Newspaper Editors found that 2,600 newsroom jobs were lost last year. (Poynter)

Bloomberg Businessweek is launching a Hong Kong edition. (Folio)

CNN is reviving their famous liberal-vs-conservative debate show, Crossfire. S.E. Cupp (currently on MSNBC’s The Cycle) and Newt Gingrich will represent the conservative side, while Van Jones and Stephanie Cutter will represent the liberals. (CNN)