Daily Must Reads, February 28, 2013

    by Julie Keck
    February 28, 2013

    1. AOL poised to hire Susan Lyne to run all content brands but HuffPo (AllThingsD)

    2. Cablevision sues Viacom in battle over bundling of channels (NYT)

    3. What the Atlantic learned from its Scientology incident (PaidContent.org)


    4. Yelp: We compete with print, not Google or Facebook (CNET)

    5. Andrew Breitbart’s combative conservativism lives on with the minions of his ‘media of mean’ (Guardian)

    6. Farewell, Friendster: An autopsy of a dead social network (MIT Tech Review)


    Tagged: aol atlantic breitbart friendster guardian huffpost native advertising scientology

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