Morning Media Mix

(Illustration by Lauren Payne)

(Illustration by Lauren Payne)

Though its advertising revenue continues to fall, The New York Times Co. made a profit this quarter, thanks to growing circulation revenue from digital subscriptions. The New York Times and The International Herald Tribune now have 699,000 digital subscribers, while The Boston Globe has 70,000. (Press release)

Despite protests and boycott threats, the Rolling Stone issue with Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on the cover has sold twice as well as a typical issue. (Adweek)

“[Robinson Meyer] may be the only college kid to actually get a job because of how good he is on Twitter.” (The Atlantic)

Essence magazine has named Vanessa K. Bush its new editor in chief. Ms. Bush has been acting as editor since February, when the the magazine’s previous editor, Constance C. R. White, was fired. (New York Times)

Fox News is suing TVEyes, a company that gives subscribers access to clips from newscasts, including Fox newscasts. (The Wrap)

For the first time in five years, ABC’s evening newscast beat NBC’s newscast among viewers 25 to 54 years old. (Times)

National Journal just poached a bunch of political reporters, including Politico’s Patrick Reis, GQ’s Marin Cogan, and Salon’s Alex Seitz-Wald. (FishbowlDC)