Your last media mash-up for the week
We consider it our journalistic duty to share with you this agonizingly eloquent tribute from Ta-Nehisi Coates to King David. "From one of our most important voices a beautiful tribute to a great man gone too soon. Goodbye our champion @carr2n," tweets USA Today's Jessica Guynn. The Telegraph makes no apology for the way it covered the HSBC group (4,700 shares). "Balls. The size of church bells," responds RTÉ's Rick O'Shea. Especially when there's the Telegraph owners' £250m HSBC loan raising fresh questions. Dean Baquet announces that the New York Times will retire its "system of pitching stories for the print Page 1." Also at the NY Times, Margaret Sullivan says James Risen's "epic rant" on Twitter will get no argument here. Risen shared her post, and adds, "By speaking out, hopefully I can make the government think twice about going after the next reporter."
Our light media note of the day: please enjoy how the LA Times pokes fun at NY Times coverage of distant Los Angeles via this frolicsome Bingo game.