Morning Media Mix

(Illustration by Lauren Payne.)

(Illustration by Lauren Payne.)

British Prime Minister David Cameron might “act” against newspapers that publish “damaging” information leaked by Edward Snowden. “…if [the papers] don’t demonstrate some social responsibility it would be very difficult for government to stand back and not to act,” Mr. Cameron said in the House of Commons. Watch out, Guardian. (BBC)

Thompson Reuters beat Wall Street expectations (by 4 cents!); will “eliminate approximately 3,000 positions” (Jim Romenesko)

Vice Media to get deeper into news with live coverage (Capital New York)

There is a position at Buzzfeed called “Ideas Editor,” and soon it could be yours. Requirements include “At least 2 years’ experience arguing on the internet” and “A sense of humor!” (linked from Romenesko)

If Putin can do it, so can…Banksy? Maybe not. The New York Times rejected an op-ed by Banksy that criticized the design of the new World Trade Center, and Banksy is sad. (Politico)