Morning Media Mix

(Illustration by Lauren Payne)

(Illustration by Lauren Payne)

Jeff Bauman, who lost both his legs in the Boston Marathon bombing, was the subject of a graphic photo that was run uncensored by some media outlets and spurred debate about photo standards in journalism. But never mind that. How is Mr. Bauman doing? Find out in this moving article by Tim Rohan. (New York Times)

So. Eliot Spitzer has announced his plan to run for city comptroller. The front-page Post headline? “Here We Ho Again!” Spitzer denied having seen the headline this morning on The Bill Press Show, but we wonder if he managed to catch the front page of the Daily News, which reads: “Lust for Power.” (Politico)

What is the Snowden effect? Jay Rosen explains. (Pressthink)

“After years of small-bore shifting and tweaking by media companies in an effort to stay in front of consumers,” writes David Carr, “big deals are back on the table.” (New York Times)

CNN has made a few enemies in Tahrir Square after misidentifying a group of protesters as supporters of the deposed Mohammed Morsi and calling his ouster a “coup.” (Huffington Post)