Morning Media Mix

Illustration by Lauren Payne.
Illustration by Lauren Payne.

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos invested more money in Business Insider. (The Wall Street Journal, sub req)

The Boston Globe has replaced its paywall with a New York Times-style meter that lets visitors read 10 stories for free each month before making them pay. (Poynter)

Dish and the Walt Disney Company, which owns ABC, have reached an agreement under which Dish agrees to disable its ad-skipping technology on ABC’s shows for three days after programs air, and Disney retains advertising revenue. (New York Times)

Slate social media editor Jeremy Stahl is integrating Twitter corrections by making the correction a reply to the original tweet, thus increasing transparency. (Poynter)

 California newspaper the Daily Breeze is in hot water over its Oscars headline “’Slave’ becomes master”; a Breeze executive has reprimanded the paper’s editors. (HyperVocal)

Edward Snowden will appear at the South by Southwest festival via videoconference; Glenn Greenwald and Julian Assange are also slated to speak at SXSW. (Poynter) Morning Media Mix