Morning Media Mix

CNN has hired Times media reporter Brian Stelter, who has previously said that he “would not leave the Times for a television

(Illustration by Lauren Payne.)
(Illustration by Lauren Payne.)

CNN has hired Times media reporter Brian Stelter, who has previously said that he “would not leave the Times for a television job.” Along with his media reporting duties, he’ll also host Sunday’s “Reliable Sources” program.  (Politico)

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Hugo Lindgren will reportedly leave his post as editor of The New York Times Magazine at the end of the year, which is soon. (Capital New York)

After rumors circulated that journalists wouldn’t be allowed to use their mobile phones at Sochi, the International Olympic Committee has confirmed that “Sharing pix on social media [is] positively encouraged.” Instagram and Tweet away, folks. (USA Today)

News Corp. has reported a $38 million first quarter profit, which is 2.9% down from the start of the quarter, but substantially better than last year’s $83 million loss. (New York Post)

It’s hard out there for a newspaper photographer. (Pew Research Center)

Morning Media Mix