Media Monday

The Washington Post writes that As ‘Meet the Press’ struggles in the ratings, [there are] plenty of questions for host David Gregory. Seamus O'Regan pointed out: “NBC commissioned a psychological consultant last yr to intv David Gregory, his wife, friends.” Ben Dreyfuss with Mother Jones tweeted: “'Proactive' & ‘paradigm'? Aren't these just buzzwords that dumb people use to sound important?…I'm fired, aren't I?”

The New York Times believes the Aereo Case Will Shape TV’s Future. Michael Wolff said, “@carr2n and I again on same page, but I picked up wrong link.”

And at the Wall Street Journal, Evelyn Rusli and Alistair Barr report that Mobile-Payments Startup Square Discusses Possible Sale. Scott Thurm there tweeted: “ICYMI: Square burned about $100 million in cash last year.” Jay Antenen from the Financial Times added, “I'm guessing what this story means to say is that Square's VC backers held talks to sell the company.”

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