Morning Media Mix

(Illustration by Lauren Payne)

(Illustration by Lauren Payne)

Alec Baldwin will host a weekly interview show on MSNBC called Up Late With Alec Baldwin that will premier in October. (New York Times)

Poynter asks an important couple of questions, considering the glut of information at our finger tips: “How well-informed are citizens, and how are they getting their news?” (Poynter)

Mike Hoyt looks back at the legacy of his father, the late Robert Hoyt, editor and founder of the National Catholic Reporter, “a paper that changed the rules for covering religion and remains an influential voice.” (Columbia Journalism Review)

Nikki Finke says she wants to buy back Deadline from Jay Penske. (Gawker)

What is the fate of the Las Vegas Sun? (New York Times)

Vanity Fair has a new logo, to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the magazine. (Huffington Post)

Glenn Beck: “Most Americans just want to get along. Why can’t we do that? What has happened to us?” (New York Times) Morning Media Mix