Daily Must Reads, Feb. 12, 2016

    by Courtney Lowery Cowgill
    February 12, 2016

    Must Reads is MediaShift’s daily curation of the big stories about media and technology from across the web. Sign up here to get these delivered right to your inbox.

    1. Homeland Security to Amp Up Social Media Screening to Stop Terrorism, Johnson Says (Jerry Markon / The Washington Post)

    2. Facebook’s Instant Articles Advertising Fixes Win Over Publishers (Jack Marshall / Wall Street Journal)


    3. Time Inc Buys What is Left of MySpace For Its User Data (Jasper Jackson / The Guardian)

    4. Viacom Reboots MTV News in First Step Toward Reviving Network (Brian Steinberg / Variety)

    5. Who Would Want to Buy Pandora? (Mathew Ingram / Fortune)


    6. The Difference Between Facebook and Twitter: Twitter Is Lonely for New Users (Kurt Wagner / Re/code)

    7. Google Reportedly Building a Standalone VR Headset, No Smartphone Required (Jordan Novet / Venture Beat)

    8. News Organizations Getting Significant Boost From Phablets (Roger Fidler / Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute)

    Tagged: facebook google myspace phablets rji time inc. twitter

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