Morning Media Mix

David LettermanDavid Letterman shocked an easily shockable world by announcing that he will retire after what, by the time he leaves, will total 33 years on late night television. (The New York Times)

The Star-Ledger cut 167 jobs, including 40 newsroom positions. According to an article in the Star-Ledger, whole offices in the Newark offices are empty, due to earlier rounds of layoffs and buyouts. Sad times all around. (The Star-Ledger)

Flush with some Jeff Bezos cash, Business Insider is moving to a more spacious Flatiron area office. Henry Blodgett “is expected to keep his perch at a standing desk in the middle of the newsroom. (New York Post)

Vanity Fair digital editor Chris Rovzar is going to Bloomberg to do something with luxury. (WWD)

Self editor in chief Lucy Danziger and publisher Laura McEwen are out. Cosmo executive editor Joyce Chang in in. (FishbowlNY)