Morning Media Mix

(Illustration by Lauren Payne.)

(Illustration by Lauren Payne.)

“We just get The Wall Street Journal and the Washington Times. We used to get the Washington Post, but it just … went too far for me. I couldn’t handle it anymore,” Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia tells New York magazine. Oh, and, he sometimes “but not usually” listens to NPR. (New York)

Local Philadelphia news anchor Joyce Evans gets in trouble for a tweet comparing a shooting to Breaking Bad. Then, Ms. Evans compounded the damage with a tweet defending her original tweet. (New York Daily News)

Dow Jones chief revenue officer Michael Rooney is leaving the company. Rupert Murdoch tweeted: “My very best wishes to Michael Rooney, leaving Dow Jones/WSJ for sabbatical. A great, talented ad man. And tall!”  (FishbowlNYTwitter)

At the New Yorker Festival, New York Times executive editor Jill Abramson told Ken Auletta that she worries that the media trivializes politics. Politco took it personally. (Politico)

“Al Jazeera wants to make its name as American as pizzaburgers” The New York Times writes, but the network still covers news with “the foreign gaze” of an outsider. (The New York Times)