Daily Must Reads, December 5, 2014

    by Julie Keck
    December 5, 2014

    1. Report: Governments around the world expanded online control, surveillance last year (Elizabeth Nolan Brown / Reason)

    2. Journalism partnerships: A new era of interest (Rick Edmonds & Amy Mitchell / Pew Research Journalism Project)

    3. The newsonomics of the newly quantified, gamified news reader (Ken Doctor / Nieman Lab)


    4. Metrics should support a strategy, not be a strategy (Matt Boggie / Medium)

    5. Jay Rosen talks to Melody Kramer, NPR’s social media strategist (via NYU’s Studio 20)

    6. President Obama signs satellite TV bill (Ted Johnson / Variety)



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