Daily Must Reads, March 13, 2015

    by Julie Keck
    March 13, 2015

    1. Twitter experiments with ‘TV Timelines’ (Lance Ulanoff / Mashable)

    2. Access to blocked sites restored by Reporters Without Borders (via BBC News)

    3. Snapchat’s Discover publishers are asking for big ad rates — and they’re getting them (Kurt Wagner / Re/code)


    4. Canadian TV regulators shake up system with new content rules (Jennie Punter / Variety)

    5. Privacy fears over ‘smart’ Barbie that can listen to your kids (Samuel Gibbs / Guardian)

    6. The state of video app development 2015 (Nadine Krefetz / Streaming Media)



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