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    Daily Must Reads, March 28, 2014

    by Julie Keck
    March 28, 2014

    1. After Twitter ban, Turkey’s netizens find YouTube blockage a breeze (Fercan Yalinkilic / Wall Street Journal)

    2. ‘Why newspapers should steer away from the MTV model’ (Pat Long / Journalism.co.uk)

    3. The pay-per-visit debate: Is chasing viral traffic hurting journalism? (Mary Clare Fischer / American Journalism Review)

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    4. Twitter’s brevity is its biggest strength and its big weakness — and a massive challenge (Mathew Ingram / GigaOm)

    5. Revenge porn could be opening up an exception to publishers’ protections online (Joshua Benton / Nieman Lab)

    6. What NYT Now means for the Times and mobile journalism (Angela Washeck / 10000 Words)

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