Morning Media Mix

NewspapersThe National Security Agency is probably spying on you. A few weeks ago, the Associated Press reported that the Department of Justice had subpoenaed two months of their phone records—not the actual conversations, but information on which phone numbers they had called and when they had made the calls. Yesterday, The Guardian‘s Glenn Greenwald revealed that the NSA has a secret court order allowing them to collect that info from all Verizon users—including journalists—in the United States.

In an interview with NBC’s Pete Williams, Attorney General Eric Holder reports that the DOJ will definitely investigate Mr. Greenwald’s scoop—not to find out whether the surveillance is overly broad, but just to figure out who leaked the information to him. Mr. Holder also told Mr. Williams that he will not resign, despite mounting criticism over these investigations of the press. (The Guardian/Huffington Post/Politico)

In other news:

The two men whom The New York Post labeled “Bag Men” after the Boston bombings are now suing the Post for defamation. (Boston Globe)

Bad news for newspapers: a report by PriceWaterhouseCoopers says that newspaper revenue will continue to decline through 2017, and paywalls won’t do enough to stanch the bleeding. (Ad Age)

Lydia DePillis, technology reporter at The New Republic, is joining Ezra Klein and Suzy Khimm at The Washington Post‘s Wonkblog. (Twitter)

The Hollywood Reporter is increasing their East Coast coverage, stealing New York Post reporter Hilary Lewis for their New York bureau. Ms. Lewis will become New York staff editor of THR.com. (FishBowlNY)

In a possible suicide attempt, a man tried to stab himself at the Today show. (Daily Intel)

#Journalists don’t like #hashtags. (Buzzfeed)