Morning Media Mix

(Illustration by Lauren Payne.)

(Illustration by Lauren Payne.)

Alec Baldwin is at it again. The mercurial actor, who will soon host a new interview show on MSNBC, unleashed a string of angry tweets directed at his network mate Joe Scarborough this morning. “1- there is, perhaps, nothing more offensive than watching the out of touch, sanctimonious William Kristol smirk his way through MORNING JOE,” Mr. Baldwin wrote. There are many more where that came from. (Twitter)

Mia Farrow tells Vanity Fair that her son Ronan Farrow may be the son of Frank Sinatra, not Woody Allen. (Vanity Fair)

George Will, the Washington Post columnist and longtime This Week panelist, is going to Fox News, where he will “provide commentary and analysis during its daily programming.” (Daily Caller)

The Washington Post has finally been sold to Amazon founder Jeff Bezos. But where is he on the masthead? (Washington Post/Twitter)

Dan Froomkin writes that the journalistic coverage of the government shutdown has failed Americans. (Al Jazeera America)