Daily Must Reads, July 10, 2014

    by Julie Keck
    July 10, 2014

    1. Andrew Miller: The death of newspapers has been exaggerated (Gideon Spanier / The Independent)

    2. Ex-ghostwriter on how content grew while journalism declined (Tim Williams / The Awl)

    3. In Google newsroom, Brazil defeat is not a headline (Aarti Shahani / NPR)


    4. Sponsored content is the holy grail of digital publishing. But does it work? (Erin Griffith / Fortune)

    5. NPR argues retweets by its reporters are indeed endorsements (Kevin O’Keeffe / The Wire)

    6. Opinion: Data journalism needs to up its own standards (Alberto Cairo / Nieman Lab)



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