Daily Must Reads in Media & Technology: July 11

    by Kelly O'Mara
    July 11, 2016

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    1. How The Dallas Morning News Went From Covering a Protest to Reporting on a Deadly Shooting (Kristen Hare / Poynter)

    2. Want to Attract More Readers? Try Listening to Them (Liz Spayd / New York Times)


    3. Why Did Facebook Block Our Reporting On Hemp? (Jeff Young / Ohio Valley ReSource)

    4. Twitter Will Live-Stream the Democratic and Republican National Conventions Thanks to a New Deal with CBS (Kurt Wagner / Recode)

    5. As Online Video Surges, Publishers Turn to Automation (John Herrman / New York Times)


    6. Twitter Exonerated This “Suspect” in the Dallas Shooting. Why Didn’t the Police Clear His Name? (Will Oremus / Slate)

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