Daily Must Reads, September 13, 2013

    by Julie Keck
    September 13, 2013

    1. The Twitter of tomorrow (New Yorker)

    2. NSA mimics Google to monitor ‘target’ web users (Mother Jones)

    3. Media shield act moves on to the full Senate (Washington Post)


    4. New Pew Internet survey sheds insights on location-based services (Examiner)

    5. Parents Television Council: ‘Sons of Anarchy’ premiere an example of why ‘a la carte cable’ is needed (The Hollywood Reporter)

    6. How NowThis News handles multi-platform corrections (Poynter)



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