Daily Must Reads, April 21, 2015

    by Julie Keck
    April 21, 2015

    1. Journalists shouldn’t lose their rights in their move to private platforms (Adam Ragusea / Nieman Lab)

    2. Twitter now allows anyone to send you a direct message, even if you don’t follow them (Napier Lopez / The Next Web)

    3. Vice News to bow personal-finance show for millennials (Todd Spangler / Variety)


    4. Publishers take ad-targeting cues for Facebook posts (Lucia Moses / Digiday)

    5. HBO just picked up Vimeo’s original series about pot dealers (Ben Gilbert / Business Insider)

    6. The bot bubble: How click farms have inflated social media currency (Doug Bock Clark / The New Republic)



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