Morning Media Mix

(Illustration by Lauren Payne)

(Illustration by Lauren Payne)

Royal baby coverage can be really divisive. Whoopi Goldberg said she “didn’t care” about it during a segment on The View about the noble newborn. Which was awkward, since Barbara Walters had an hourlong special 20/20 about the baby prince scheduled for that night. Does Whoopi resent Barbara? Maybe. Did she go on a seven-minute rant against her boss after filming wrapped? She denied it, vehemently. Well, if she did, at least it was only within earshot of the Daily News’s Gossip Page source and not on Twitter. (Daily News)

The tabloids (and the Times, for that matter) have turned their attention to Anthony Weiner’s wife Huma Abedin. Or, as the Post dubs front072513her, Señora Danger. (The New York Times/The New York Post/The Daily News)

Don’t expect a retweet from The Awl’s Choire Sicha. He, like other people in The Wall Street Journal‘s trend piece about Twitter, is all into favoriting. (The Wall Street Journal)

Oscar de la Renta debuted his fall ad campaign on Instagram instead of in Vogue. This can’t be a good trend for luxury mags. (WWD)

Gawker’s Nick Denton makes peace with the banner ad. No comment from the banner ad on whether it’s mutual. (Digiday)