Daily Must Reads, August 26, 2015

    by Julie Keck
    August 26, 2015

    1. Americans’ views on mobile etiquette (Lee Rainie & Kathryn Zickuhr / Pew Research Center)

    2. As legacy media cuts back on FOIA, digital-only news outlets step in (Trevor Timm / Columbia Journalism Review)

    3. Media companies just closed the web gap, and now there’s a mobile chasm (Mathew Ingram / Fortune)


    4. Interactive video: A gamechanger for the medium or just another gimmick? (Todd Spangler / Variety)

    5. Reuters TV pivots, goes free to seek wider audience (Kelsey Sutton / Politico)

    6. Alberto Ibargüen: Journalism in a Snapchat age (Alexander Heffner / The Open Mind) [VID]



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