Morning Media Mix

(Illustration by Lauren Payne.)

(Illustration by Lauren Payne.)

Here’s your easy guide to understanding the fierce ethics debate currently waging over the firing of AP political reporter Bob Lewis. And whether or not you believe Mr. Lewis should have been fired for his misreporting on Terry McAuliffe, The Washington Post also notes that “As of Tuesday, three news organizations have contacted him to discuss potential job offers.” (The Washington Post)

Speaking of the AP firings, Atlanta-based editor Norman Gomlak has also confirmed he’s been fired in response to the Terry McAuliffe misreporting, in addition to Mr. Lewis and editor Dena Potter. (The Huffington Post)

After having been sued by two former interns at W and The New Yorker, who claimed they’d been paid below minimum wage, Condé Nast is discontinuing its internship program in 2014. (Women’s Wear Daily)

Boston Red Sox owner John Henry won’t become the next Jeff Bezos—yet. A Massachusetts judge has temporarily blocked the sale of The Boston Globe and Telegram & Gazette to Mr. Henry because it might interfere with a current pending lawsuit against one of the papers. (The New York Post)

Four more Reuters.com employees depart in the wake of Reuters Next debacle (Capital New York)

Lucky has appointed Katia Kuethe to creative director and Carlyne Cerf de Dudzeele to fashion editor-at-large. (FishbowlNY)