Morning Media Mix

(Illustration by Lauren Payne.)

(Illustration by Lauren Payne.)

“It is almost impossible to write about Halperin and Heilemann without finding yourself writing like Halperin and Heilemann,” Marc Tracy goes behind the scenes to show how John Heilemann and Mark Halperin get sources to dish. (The New Republic)

Area newspaper becomes a blog: The Onion will cease print publication. (Crain’s Chicago)

Lara Logan apologizes for 60 Minutes‘s Benghazi Report and says the show will issue a correction (The Huffington Post)

Time  “outgoing Editor-in-Chief Martha Nelson broke bread at media hot spot Michael’s with ‘Stormin’ Norman Pearlstine, a former Time Inc. EIC who is returning to the company in a new role as chief content officer” writes Keith Kelly. Although the lunch was “cordial,” “the pair did not linger over cappuccinos once the meal was done.” So read into that whatever you want. (The New York Post)

Speaking of Time, managing editor Nancy Gibbs promotes Michael Duffy and Radhika Jones to deputy managing editors. (Capital New York)