Daily Must Reads, November 6, 2013

    by Julie Keck
    November 6, 2013

    1. Is AOL finally making money from content? Maybe. (Peter Kafka / AllThingsD)

    2. By 4 to 1, early adopters pick wearable watches over glasses (Eric Newcomer / JessicaLessin.com)

    3. The NYT paywall don’t get no respect (Ryan Chittum / CJR)


    4. How geolocation is being used to promote magazine apps (Sarah Marshall / Journalism.co.uk)

    5. Sunday People launches BuzzFeed-style website funded entirely by native advertising (Dominic Ponsford / Press Gazzette)
    6. TV discovery startup i.TV acquires GetGlue in second-screen app mashup (Ryan Lawler / TechCrunch)



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    Tagged: aol buzzfeed geolocation getglue google glass i.tv magazine apps native advertising nyt paywall second screen sunday people

    One response to “Daily Must Reads, November 6, 2013”

    1. Robbie Moraes says:

      AOL became a thorn in Time Warner’s back and has not been viable ever since.

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