Daily Must Reads, Nov. 4, 2011

    by Nathan Gibbs
    November 4, 2011

    The best stories across the web on media and technology

    1. “Students may be ‘digital natives,’ but they’re wretched at searching” (Wired)


    2. The Onion grows print distribution through local franchises (Nieman Journalism Lab)


    3. Robert Levine on why copyright is good for the Internet (Adweek)

    4. China: Government taking steps to shutdown Web TV (Penn Olson)

    5. Magazine publishers divided over giving free digital issues (ZDNet)

    6. Apple spends lavishly on manufacturing process, gets operations advantage (Businessweek)

    7. ABC exec producer: Viewers watch live TV to avoid social media spoilers (paidContent)

    8. The Associated Press cautions staffers on retweeting (The Cutline)

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