Morning Media Mix

(Illustration by Lauren Payne)

(Illustration by Lauren Payne)

Dow Jones & Co. and the tech website AllThingsD, which was launched in 2007, are parting ways. (Wall Street Journal)

For the first time in five years, The New York Times has decided to pay a quarterly dividend to shareholders, which will cost about $24 million a year. (New York Times)

About those dividends, though: Ryan Chittum says the decision to reinstate them is “unwise.” (Columbia Journalism Review)

Journalists do not have it easy in Yemen. (Reuters)

Ed Schultz is “pissed.” What’s new? (Huffington Post)

Craig Silverman explains why newspaper photo cliches make for great Tumblrs. (Poynter)

In other photo news: through social media, Patrick Witty, a photographer for Time, was able to identify six people in an iconic picture he took on 9/11. (Daily News)

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