Daily Must Reads, July 30, 2014

    by Julie Keck
    July 30, 2014

    1. NYT considering shorter print edition with unlimited digital access (Joe Pompeo / Capital New York)

    2. Contently launches a nonprofit arm to do investigative journalism (Jeff Bercovici / Forbes)

    3. What makes commenters less civil, and the rise of digital longform (John Wihbey / Nieman Lab)


    4. WikiLeaks reveals Australian gagging order over political bribery allegations (Robert Booth / The Guardian)

    5. Netflix signs peering deal with AT&T to reduce buffering (Andy Fixmer / Mashable)

    6. Twitter picked up 16 million active users in Q2 (Anthony Ha / TechCrunch)



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