Daily Must Reads, July 1, 2014

    by Julie Keck
    July 1, 2014

    1. US National Archives to upload all holdings to Wikimedia Commons (Julian Chokkattu / TechCrunch)

    2. Truth Goggles launches as an annotation tool for journalists (Craig Silverman / Poynter)

    3. The ‘Community’ renewal by Yahoo! is a glimpse into television’s future (Merrill Barr / Forbes)


    4. ESPN and Univision want rivals to stop showing World Cup goals (Jack Marshall & Steven Perlberg / Wall Street Journal)

    5. Online news channel chosen to test YouTube’s ‘Fan Funding’ (Ben Mullin / Poynter)



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