Morning Media Mix

(Illustration by Lauren Payne)

(Illustration by Lauren Payne)

There is now a magazine called Flaneur, devoted to featuring one different street per issue. The inaugural issue takes a look at Kantstrasse, in Berlin. Walter Benjamin would be proud. (Flaneur)

Granta publisher Sigrid Rausing explains the recent shakeup at the British literary journal. (TheBookSeller)

New York Times blogger, Cliff Oxford, requested money from a PR firm in exchange for coverage. (Gawker)

Soledad O’Brien, formerly an anchor at CNN, is moving to Al Jazeera, which has been hiring away of late. (Huffington Post)

“There’s nothing wrong with RSS feeds, or with Twitter,” writes Ezra Klein. “But they both bias my information diet in the same ways.” (Wonkblog)

“I get what you’re trying to do. But you know I can’t comment,” Jason Bateman told a New York Post reporter. “And please don’t call me. Do you understand? You have to go through a publicist. It’s totally unprofessional.” (New York Post)