Daily Must Reads, May 7, 2013

    by Julie Keck
    May 7, 2013

    1. Twitter is ready to become a true news entity (Guardian)

    2. How the Boston Globe used its two sites to cover the marathon bombing (Nieman)

    3. Want a job at Gawker Media? Get a head start by being a regular commenter (PaidContent.org)


    4. Newspapers: A cautionary tale for local TV (TVNewsCheck)

    5. Aereo strikes back: The mobile TV service’s new lawsuit against broadcasters (PaidContent.org)

    6. Google’s Eric Schmidt on data privacy: The Internet needs a delete button (Fast Company)


    Tagged: aereo boston globe boston marathon cbs data privacy digital distr eric schmidt gawker media google twitter

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