Media Bubble: On Your Bike

  • Morgan Stanley continues to slap Sulzberger around. [NYP]
  • New Philadelphia Inquirer editor gets enthusiastic welcome, tells everyone they're going to be fired. [PI]
  • Bonnie Fuller thinks readers want more opinions from Star editors. [WWD]
  • Jack Shafer uses some kind of bicycle metaphor to predict how cuts at the L.A. Times will occur. Okay. [Slate]
  • Speaking of the LAT, it's Geffen v. Burkle in the battle of the billionaires to own the paper. Also, rich people like to buy things. [NYT]
  • Female editors were relentlessly promoting their magazines on TV long before Dave Zinczenko had rock-hard abs. [FBNY]
  • Larry King: unaware that Republican National Committee chief Ken Melhman is gay, Republican National Committee chief. [HuffPo]
  • Seth Mnookin finds a way to make Times gossip interesting: Race and sex! [Seth Mnookin]
  • Former political correspondent poignantly addresses plight of female political correspondents: math is hard. [NYT]
  • Donny Deutsch and Ted Turner: Oh, the humility. [Copyranter]
  • Times Public Editor knocks Times Standards Editor for TimesSelect articlevertisement. [NYT]