Daily Must Reads, April 18, 2016

    by Courtney Lowery Cowgill
    April 18, 2016

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    1. For News Outlets Squeezed From the Middle, It’s Bend or Bust (Jim Rutenberg / New York Times)

    2. A New Understanding: What Makes People Trust and Rely On News (American Press Institute)


    3. Can the Web Save the Press From Oblivion? (Tim Adams / The Guardian)

    4. How Newsroom Pressure is Letting Fake Stories On To the Web (Kevin Rawlinson / The Guardian)

    5. U.S. Ratchets Up Cyber Attacks on ISIS (Nancy Youssef and Shane Harris / The Daily Beast)


    6. Has Desktop Internet Use Peaked? (Jack Marshall / Wall Street Journal)

    7. Who Will Win the Pulitzer Prizes Today? A Survey of the Most Impressive Journalism From 2015 (Roy J. Harris Jr. / Poynter)

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