Morning Media Mix

(Illustration by Lauren Payne)

(Illustration by Lauren Payne)

New York Times public editor Margaret Sullivan weighed in on Nicholas Kristof’s publishing Dylan Farrow’s open letter about Woody Allen’s alleged abuse.

But Ms. Sullivan largely avoided saying very much: she agreed with a reader, whose letter she ran, writing that she is “troubled” by some of the questions raised. And she linked to the also-controversial article about the allegations in The Daily Beast and urged “those who have not done so” to read it for essential context. (The New York Times)

Cord Jefferson is leaving Gawker to write for LeBron James’s new Starz TV show and Gawker has hired Daily Dot news editor Jay Hathaway to bring in the traffic as a senior writer. (Jim Romenesko)

Is breaking news on Twitter breaking us as people? Maybe. (Salon)

Rupert Murdoch will be inducted into the Television Academy Hall of Fame, along with Julia Louis Dreyfus, Jay Leno and David E. Kelly. (The Guardian)

Should brands even be in the ‘content business’? (Digiday)