Daily Must Reads in Media & Technology, April 11, 2016

    by Courtney Lowery Cowgill
    April 11, 2016

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    1. Panama Papers Leak Signals a Shift in Mainstream Journalism (Jim Rutenberg / New York Times)

    2. How an Internet Mapping Glitch Turned a Random Kansas Farm Into a Digital Hell (Kashmir Hill / Fusion)


    3. The Fight for the Future of NPR (Leon Neyfakh / Slate)

    4. Medium and Twitter Founder: ‘We Put Junk Food in Front of Them and They Eat It’ (Andy Meek / The Guardian)

    5. Facebook Drops Branded Content Restrictions for Publishers (Tim Peterson / Marketing Land)


    6. From the Panama Papers to Facebook, Cooperation is Increasingly Vital For Journalism (Emily Bell / The Guardian)

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