Daily Must Reads, September 9, 2015

    by Julie Keck
    September 9, 2015

    1. The Washington Post has developed 8 apps for quizzes and games (Benjamin Mullin / Poynter)

    2. Why PBS and ‘viewers like you’ must continue saving ‘POV’ & ‘Independent Lens’ (Daniel Clarkson Fisher / Medium)

    3. LinkedIn CEO talks to Kara Swisher about shaping LinkedIn into a content giant on Re/Code Decode (Noah Kulwin / Re/code) [AUD]


    4. How Scotland made its council audit data less open (with happy ending) (Paul Bradshaw / Online Journalism Blog)

    5. Greenpeace hires team of investigative journalists (Jasper Jackson / Guardian)

    6. What writers make in 2015 (Noah Davis / The Awl)


    7. What makes Uber run (Max Chafkin / Fast Company)


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