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    Daily Must Reads, January 16, 2015

    by Julie Keck
    January 16, 2015

    1. Inside the NY Times’ audience development strategy (Lucia Moses / Digiday)

    2. Google Glass sales halted but firm says kit is not dead (via BBC)

    3. Apple: 1 million new iBooks customers each week since iOS 8 launch (Laura Hazard Owen / GigaOm)

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    4. Natasha Vargas-Cooper leaves The Intercept for Jezebel (Nicole Levy & Peter Sterne / Capital New York)

    5. Timeline launches news app to give you the context behind the day’s headlines (Anthony Ha / TechCrunch)

    6. Sorry, journos: Heavy use of social media is not stressful, study says (Rick Edmonds / Poynter)

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    7. Time Inc.’s video portal Daily Cut finally goes live (Mike Shields / Wall Street Journal)

     

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