Daily Must Reads, April 17, 2015

    by Julie Keck
    April 17, 2015

    1. Nick Denton ‘intensely relaxed’ by Gawker’s union drive (Peter Sterne / Capital New York)

    2. Chinese journalist Gao Yu jailed for 7 years for leaking state secrets (Philip Wen / Sydney Morning Herald)

    3. Sony hack: WikiLeaks publishes more than 30,000 documents (Eriq Gardner / The Hollywood Reporter)


    4. Twitter executive: Here’s how we’re trying to stop abuse while preserving free speech (Vijaya Gadde / The Washington Post)

    5. Should Netflix be accessible to the deaf? (Tori Smith Ekstrand / The Atlantic)

    6. A short guide to crowdfunding journalism (Ernst-Jan Pfauth / Medium)



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