Daily Must Reads, October 2, 2013

    by Julie Keck
    October 2, 2013

    1. Is the government shutting down? Quartz will tell you (and drive a little traffic in the process) (Caroline O’Donovan / Nieman Lab)

    2. Publishers, AOL partner on subscription service (Mike Rondon / Folio)

    3. The limits of Twitter’s TV pitch (Jack Marshall / Digiday)


    4. Phony web traffic tricks digital ads (Christopher S. Stewart & Suzanne Vranica / Wall Street Journal)

    5. The Texas Tribune wants you to help fund its livestreaming efforts (Angela Washeck / 10,000 Words)

    6. Scribd, HarperCollins launch $8.99 subscription book service (Austin Carr / Fast Company)



    Get our newsletters delivered straight to your inbox.

    Tagged: aol digital ads folio harpercollins kickstarter livestreaming quartz scribd shutdown texas tribune twitter

    Comments are closed.

  • Who We Are

    MediaShift is the premier destination for insight and analysis at the intersection of media and technology. The MediaShift network includes MediaShift, EducationShift, MetricShift and Idea Lab, as well as workshops and weekend hackathons, email newsletters, a weekly podcast and a series of DigitalEd online trainings.

    About MediaShift »
    Contact us »
    Sponsor MediaShift »
    MediaShift Newsletters »

    Follow us on Social Media