Daily Must Reads, August 11, 2014

    by Julie Keck
    August 11, 2014

    1. Do documentary filmmakers need data about their audiences? (Lene Sillesen / Columbia Journalism Review)

    2. Why BuzzFeed is launching its own Hollywood studio (Todd Spangler / Variety)

    3. How NYT is learning lessons about digital storytelling and audience engagement (Julie Posetti / WAN-IFRA)


    4. Did a spy agency screw The Intercept? (David Uberti / Columbia Journalism Review)

    5. What happened to the cord cutters? (Peter Kafka / Re/code)

    6. Print is down, and now out (David Carr / New York Times)



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