Morning Media Mix

(Illustration by Lauren Payne)

(Illustration by Lauren Payne)

Jay Leno got more press for his final show last night than he has gotten in years. “Mr. Leno’s emotional last bow was poignant not because he is a legendary figure who can never be replaced, but because he is the nice guy who worked really hard, did a great job and will barely be missed come Monday morning,” Alessandra Stanley wrote. (The New York Times)

Circa isn’t about “chunkifying news.” It’s about adding structure. Maybe the company realized that  the word “chunkifying” sounds disgusting? (Poynter)

Ragin’ Cajun James Carville is joining Fox News as a political analyst. (TV Newser)

Good Morning America anchor Josh Elliott wants to make Robin Roberts money. (New York Post)

Time Inc. CEO Joe Ripp has a “folksy” approach and to prove it, he is moving downstairs from the 34th floor to the 2nd floor of the building. (AdWeek)