New York Times publisher Arthur Sulzberger, Jr. just announced a succession plan and will name a deputy publisher within two years. "The @nytimes are a changing," quips Politico's Azi Paybarah. Colin Campbell with Business Insider muses, "i wonder if that Sulzberger guy might have the edge in replacing Sulzberger," sharing this screen cap. On that note, here's Henry Blodget's big plans for BI. 1,300 people could be working at @businessinsider by the end of 2020," notices Alex Heath there. "And in the saddest of today's media developments, here's why ESPN shut down Grantland, which we personally always enjoyed reading. "This begs the question: Did ESPN actually think Grantland was going to make money?" wonders David Uberti at the Columbia Journalism Review.