Morning Media Mix

(Illustration by Lauren Payne)

(Illustration by Lauren Payne)

Barney’s threatened to pull advertising from The New York Times after the paper ran a profile of Julie Gilhart, their former fashion director  who was fired in 2010, alongside an ad for the department store. “We were pissed because we thought it was insulting and embarrassing,” a source told The Daily News‘s Confidenti@l . “How dare The Times write an article about someone we fired and then place a massive, full page ad for us right next to the profile?” (Confidenti@l, The Daily News)

Megan Liberman has left The New York Times, where she was the deputy news editor, to be editor in chief of Yahoo News. She starts today.  (Press Release)

The relationship between Vanity Fair and Hollywood has hit a rough patch. The magazine has had tougher celeb coverage lately and the celebs (especially Gwyneth Paltrow) are not happy. (The New York Times)

Will All Things D leave the Murdoch empire? The tech site and editor Kara Swisher get the Michael Wolff treatment. (USA Today)

Barrett Brown, a journalist-agitator, is facing 105 years in prison over a leak. (The New York Times/ Rolling Stone)

People is making readers pay. (The New York Times)

Morning Media Mix