Daily Must Reads, May 1, 2014

    by Julie Keck
    May 1, 2014

    1. A $10 million boost for millennial media startup PolicyMic (Brian Stelter / CNN Money)

    2. Moving the newsroom: Post-industrial news spaces and places (Tow Center for Digital Journalism)

    3. Why LinkedIn is morphing from a social network into an online newspaper (Leo Morani / Quartz)


    4. Mark Zuckerberg on Facebook’s future, from virtual reality to anonymity (Steven Levy / Wired)

    5. YouTube creators can now add a 3-second intro to all their videos (Stan Schroeder / Mashable)

    6. Who owns your Twitter followers? (Ellyn Sngelotti / Poynter)



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