Daily Must Reads, August 20, 2014

    by Julie Keck
    August 20, 2014

    1. Twitter to suspend accounts of anyone tweeting graphic images of journalist’s alleged execution (Siraj Datoo / BuzzFeed)

    2. How Reddit created the world’s largest dialogue between scientists and the general public (Simon Owens)

    3. Al Jazeera America’s problem: It’s a cable operation built for a pre-digital age (Dean Starkman / Columbia Journalism Review)


    4. Netflix is now paying Time Warner Cable for direct access and faster streams (Stacey Higgenbothom / GigaOm)

    5. NowThisNews uses others’ apps to publish news, including Snapchat (John Herrman / The Awl)

    6. Fark’s founder on ending misogyny on his site (Miles Klee / The Daily Dot)



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