Morning Media Mix

Illustration by Lauren Payne.

Illustration by Lauren Payne.

It’s a big week for news weeklies. The long-anticipated redesign of Time magazine’s website went live last night. Meanwhile, Newsweek‘s IBT-owned relaunched print magazine hits newsstands in just a few days (the cover story went up today).  (Ad Age)

Russia Today America anchor Liz Wahl resigned live on air yesterday. “Personally I cannot be part of a network funded by the Russian government which whitewashes the actions of Putin,” she said. (BuzzFeed)

Fighting copyright infringement just wasn’t worth it. Getty Images is making the  non-commercial use of its 35 million images free, although there are some conditions. (Nieman)

Newsmax CEO Chris Ruddy is planning to launch 24-hour cable TV channel that he says will be a  “kinder, gentler Fox.” (BusinessWeek)

The John Travolta name generator was the most popular story ever on Slate, because people really like silly games and quizzes and stuff. (The New York Times

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