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    Daily Must Reads, May 17, 2013

    by Julie Keck
    May 17, 2013

    1. Yahoo wants to buy Tumblr. Will Facebook swoop in at the last minute? (GigaOm)

    2. Bloomberg scandal raises ethics questions for new media (Huffington Post)

    3. Reporters using sensors to collect data and report on it; is this ethical? (paidContent)

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    4. NewsRight, an ambitious attempt at licensing newspaper content, quietly folds (Poynter)

    5. From Twitter to Evernote, Tumblr and Facebook: Google Glass gets more apps (memeburn)

    6. Sun pay wall needs more than 300k subscribers to cover outlay, say analysts (Guardian)

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    7. Amazon taps NBCUniversal to bring ‘Covert Affairs,’ ‘Grimm’ and others to Prime Instant Video (TechCrunch)

    8. Your next horror movie franchise isn’t a movie…it’s an app (The Wrap)

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