Daily Must Reads, June 15, 2015

    by Julie Keck
    June 15, 2015

    1. The news about new digital-news sites? It’s tough going (Paul Farhi / Washington Post)

    2. Gawker’s moment of truth (Jonathan Mahler / New York Times)

    3. Making black lives matter in the news (Susan Smith Richardson / Nieman Reports)


    4. The New York Times wisely blocks staff from viewing its desktop homepage (Nate Swanner / The Next Web)

    5. Why ‘buy’ buttons will pose big challenges for Google, Facebook, Pinterest, and Twitter (Jason Del Rey / Re/code)

    6. Introducing “Actuality,” Quartz’s new podcast with Marketplace (Tim Fernholz & Kevin J. Delaney / Quartz)


    7. PBS Online Film Festival returns with 25 diverse, indie films (via PBS)


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