Daily Must Reads, January 21, 2015

    by Julie Keck
    January 21, 2015

    1. White House breaks own State of the Union embargo for online audience (Alan Yuhas / Guardian)

    2. Facebook’s problematic fix to its hoax problem (John McDermott / Digiday)

    3. Mic hires three former Vox producers for new video team (Peter Sterne / Capital New York)


    4. Judge rules that Dish’s Sling features, ad-skipping don’t violate copyright (Ted Johnson / Variety)

    5. Twenty years on, are Europe’s free dailies in a free fall? A Q&A with Piet Bakker (Brian Veseling / WAN / IFRA)

    6. Google is now a more trusted source of news than the websites it aggregates (John McDuling / Quartz)



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