Morning Media Mix

(Illustration by Lauren Payne)

(Illustration by Lauren Payne)

Yesterday, freelance writer Joe Veix submitted an article to BuzzFeed, titled “The 10 DUMBEST BuzzFeed Lists You’re EMBARRASSED To Say You CLICKED,” that parodied the site’s listicles. BuzzFeed soon removed the article, deeming it “mean-spirited.” (Joe Veix/Poynter)

An “insider” tells The Wrap that IAC is planning to sell Newsweek, and several potential buyers are “very interested.” (The Wrap)

The Guardian may have gotten record traffic from its National Security Agency scoops, but it’s still not profitable. Its parent company is expected to report a loss of over $50 million this year. At least that’s much better than last year, when it reported losses of nearly $70 million. (Media Week)in

The New York Times is eliminating its late edition for New York City. Now it will only print two editions each day. Breaking news will still be available instantaneously through its website. (Capital)

Vanity Fair has launched a video channel. The magazine is the fifth Condé publication to break into video, following GQ, Glamour, Vogue, and Wired. (FishbowlNY)