Morning Media Mix

(Illustration by Lauren Payne.)

(Illustration by Lauren Payne.)

The International New York Times has debuted, replacing The International Herald Tribune. In a letter to readers, publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr. wrote, “Today, our future is global. The need for high-quality, authoritative, on-the-ground reporting and analysis from around the world has never been greater.” Online access is free and unlimited for the week, so go nuts. (The International New York Times)

This is a cool infographic about the evolution of The International New York Times. (The New York Times)

Netflix in talks for cable video streaming app. (The New York Post)

Hearst has opted to have Country Living’s entire editorial staff based in Birmingham, Alabama. Current NYC-based staffers are not invited. (Ad Age)

Harper’s redesigns its website and embraces branded content. (The New York Times)

Another way for news organizations to make money? Kickstarter. (Capital New York)