Morning Media Mix

(Illustration by Lauren Payne)

(Illustration by Lauren Payne)

The Daily News called The New York Post “a down-market New York tabloid newspaper” in its story on the outrage that erupted in response to the Post‘s Sunday front page about a slain Hasidic businessman. The Post issued a non-apology apology and both tabloids (downmarket or not) are still going strong on the story. (New York Daily News/ The New York Post)

In a bid to win back the morning show ratings, The Today show unveils a new slogan: “Rise to Shine.” (The New York Times)

Forbes‘s “30 Under 30” Media List is a stark reminder that Tavi Gevinson is STILL too young to vote. (Forbes

Buzz builds for Gabriel Sherman’s long-awaited book on Fox News’s Roger Ailes, which comes out on January 21. (Capital New York)

Jane Pauley is back with a new book so she can “share the lessons she has learned from turning struggles into successes.” (New York Daily News)