Morning Media Mix

(Illustration by Lauren Payne)

(Illustration by Lauren Payne)

Ezra Klein announced on Sunday night that he IS going to start his new website at Vox. (The Verge)

And David Carr weighs in on Ezra Klein and Vox and What It All Means. (The New York Times)

The New York Times doesn’t really run breaking news on the front page anymore. It’s all analysis, anecdotal ledes and second-day stories. Which is fine (good, even!) if you are a journalist who spends all day following breaking news on Twitter. But it’s less useful if you are a long-time print subscriber who likes to read about what’s going on in the world over a cup of coffee. (Public Editor, The New York Times)

BUT rumors (or, rather, gleeful speculative stories) about the Times‘ “brain drain” may have been exaggerated. Just because some big names journalists left the Times doesn’t mean they haven’t hired others. They have. (Capital New York)

Ken Auletta takes on the future of television. We we just finished David Reminick’s epic Obama story and are looking for a new New Yorker “must read.” (The New Yorker)