Daily Must Reads, September 17, 2014

    by Julie Keck
    September 17, 2014

    1. Journalism curator Longform launching first iPhone app (Jeremy Barr / Capital New York)

    2. Mail Online’s ad revenues rise nearly 50% year on year (John Plunkett / The Guardian)

    3. Y Combinator releases its curriculum as a Stanford class — and online (Liz Gannes / Re/code)


    4. College newspaper drops print, first to operate primarily on publishing platform Medium (Dan Reimold / College Media Matters)

    5. With new ad measure, the Economist emphasizes quality over quantity (Suzanne Vranica / The Wall Street Journal)

    6. Facebook is building a Facebook inside Facebook (Ellis Hamburger / The Verge)



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