Daily Must Reads, December 18, 2015

    by Julie Keck
    December 18, 2015

    1. Why Sheldon Adelson and Jack Ma Will Regret Buying Their Newspapers (Felix Salmon / Fusion)

    2. NYT Public Editor Margaret Sullivan Will Depart in 2016 (Benjamin Mullin / Poynter)

    3. Michele Norris Leaving NPR, Expanding Her Race Card Project (Brian Stelter / CNN Money)


    4. Frontline is Diving Deeper Into VR with $580k from the Knight Foundation (Shan Wang / Nieman Lab)

    5. Glenn Greenwald Talks Freelancing and the Future of Investigative Journalism (Dillon Baker / Contently)

    6. Twitter Blows Up Over Martin Shkreli’s Arrest (Paul R. La Monica / CNN Money)


    7. The Psychology of Clickbait (Bryan Gardiner / Wired)


    See next week’s Must Reads before anyone else!

    Tagged: clickbait frontline glenn greenwald investigative journalism jack ma knight foundation las vegas review-journal margaret sullivan martin shkreli michele norris new york times npr race card project sheldon adelson virtual reality

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