Morning Media Mix

(Photo: Illustration by Lauren Payne)

(Photo: Illustration by Lauren Payne)

Any “publisher looking to save the village commons of journalism through innovation should be careful they don’t set it on fire in the process,” David Carr takes on native advertising. (The New York Times)

Ever wonder what does the Post staff think about a random selection of magazines? (The New York Post)

Lizzie Widdicombe tackles Bustle, the women’s website started by a dude-bro. (The New Yorker)

Will people really pay $99 a month for Capital New York’s Politico Pro-like service? That model may work for Politico, but New York isn’t Washington. (The New York Times)

Did BuzzFeed violate copyright laws when it ran a picture from Flickr? (CJR)