Morning Media Mix

Illustration by Lauren Payne.

Illustration by Lauren Payne.

The anonymous Goldman Sachs Elevator Twitter feed has been exposed. And it’s a 34-year-old former bond executive who lives in Texas named John Lefevre who has never actually worked at Goldman Sachs. But he gets to keep the book deal. (The New York Times)

Richard Just, the former editor of The New Republic and Newsweek, has been named editor of National Journal. “I really want National Journal to be something that people want to read,” he said, “not something they feel they have to read.”(Huffington Post)

“It will be like a monthly coming out weekly,” new Newsweek editor Jim Impoco told Capital in a look at the new Newsweek, which hits newsstands next week. “The smartest take on last week’s news, which is what Newsweek and Time used to be, I don’t think that works anymore.” (Capital)

Times reporter Dave Itzkoff’s book about the making of Network gets a glowing review in the Times. (The New York Times)

Josh Barro is leaving Business Insider, where he had been the politics editor, for The New York Times. (Politico)