Daily Must Reads, Oct. 31, 2011

    by Nathan Gibbs
    October 31, 2011

    The best stories across the web on media and technology

    1. Cable TV is holding Web TV at bay (New York Times)

    2. YouTube preps 96 channels with original content (Multichannel News)


    3. HP to hold on to PC division but sources say it will finally kill WebOS (paidContent)

    4. Emily Gould and the rise of the indie e-bookseller (paidContent)

    5. Why paywalls aren’t helping most papers as much as The New York Times (Poynter)


    6. “Stop forcing journalists to conceal their views from the public” (The Atlantic)

    7. WSJ to run e-book bestseller lists powered by Nielsen BookScan (paidContent)

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