Daily Must Reads in Media & Technology, April 13, 2016

    by Courtney Lowery Cowgill
    April 13, 2016

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    1. BuzzFeed Slashes Revenue Forecast: Is This the Beginning of the End of the Millennial Media Bubble? (Maya Kosoff / Vanity Fair)

    2. BuzzFeed Didn’t Cut its 2016 Forecast in Half, Says BuzzFeed Chair Ken Lerer (Peter Kafka / Re/code)


    3. Layoffs Hit Salon (Kelsey Sutton and Peter Sterne / Politico Media)

    4. Live, Local, Late Breaking: On Facebook Live, News Outlets Take a Cue From TV (But Don’t Call It TV) (Shan Wang / Nieman Lab)

    5. Facebook Says Users Show Preference For Instant Articles Over Mobile Web Articles (Jack Marshall / Wall Street Journal)


    6. FBI Paid Professional Hackers One-Time Fee to Crack San Bernardino iPhone (Ellen Nakashima / Washington Post)

    7. How Bloomberg’s 20-Person Graphics Team Visualizes the News (Jordan Valinsky / Digiday)

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