Morning Media Mix

(Illustration by Lauren Payne)

(Illustration by Lauren Payne)

Could the media frenzy that helped push us into war with Iraq—the 10-year anniversary is on Tuesday—occur again as the United States contemplates intervention in Syria? Some reporters say yes. (Huffington Post)

Another anniversary: Jay Rosen’s Pressthink turns 10. To celebrate, Mr. Rosen, the media critic and professor of journalism at New York University, is asking his readers to note in the comments section why they read his site. (Pressthink)

Yet another anniversary! The Onion turns 25 today. (NPR)

A man in Nigeria was arrested for posing as a CNN correspondent. (Reuters)

Bob Woodward, who received his bachelor’s degree from Yale University in 1965, will now teach a journalism seminar at his alma mater. “I think that even in the era of impatience and speed, which defines the news media now, that there is a place for [total immersive journalism],” Mr. Woodward told the Yale Daily News. “I’m going to try to share 40 years of experience.” (Yale Daily News)

The boy band beat is a thing. (SFGate)