Daily Must Reads in Media and Technology, Feb. 24, 2016

    by Courtney Lowery Cowgill
    February 24, 2016

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    1. Google Launches AMP Listings In Mobile Search Results, For Some (Barry Schwartz / Search Engine Land)

    2. Bill Gates Is Backing the FBI in Its Case Against Apple (Noah Kulwin / Re/code)


    3. Still a Joint Venture, Fusion More Than Doubled Its Revenue in 2015 (Alex Weprin / Politico New York)

    4. Mark Zuckerberg: Soon, The Majority Of Content We Consume Will Be Video (Pavithra Mohan / Fast Company)

    5. Streaming Video is Lagging Behind TV in Most Measures of Diversity (Ashley Rodriguez / Quartz)


    6. Tech IPO Drought is Sign of Investor Reality Check (Ari Levy / CNBC)

    7. Yes, Time Inc. Buying Yahoo Actually Makes Some Sense. Here’s Why (Mathew Ingram / Fortune)

    8. New Tow Center Research Fellows Explore the Vanguard of Digital Journalism (Tow Center for Digital Journalism)

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