Daily Must Reads, Feb. 17, 2016

    by Courtney Lowery Cowgill
    February 17, 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. Judge Orders Apple to Help FBI Break Into San Bernardino Shooter’s iPhone (Dawn Chmielewski / Re/code)

    2. Media Stocks Aftershock: What Really Frazzled Wall Street (Andrew Wallenstein / Variety)


    3. Facebook’s Video Tactics are Underhanded, YouTuber Casey Neistat Says (Jack Marshall and Steven Perlberg / Wall Street Journal)

    4. Reddit Hires Twitter’s Former News Manager As Head Of Journalism And Media (Megan Rose Dickey / TechCrunch)

    5. News Corp to Launch Center-Right Digital Media Site (Nick Niedzwiadek / Wall Street Journal)


    6. I Analyzed a Year of My Reporting for Gender Bias (Again) (Adrienne LaFrance / The Atlantic)

    7. The Real Secret to BuzzFeed’s Success Isn’t Cat GIFs, It’s Data (Mathew Ingram / Fortune)

    8. With a Quarter Of Its Readers Coming From Abroad, Stat Launches a Daily Zika Email Update (Laura Hazard Owen / Nieman Lab)

    Tagged: apple buzzfeed facebook fbi gender bias news corp stat youtube zika

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