Must Reads in Media & Technology: July 27

    by Kelly O'Mara
    July 27, 2016

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    1. Twitter Says It’s Seeing Less Demand From Advertisers (Garett Sloane / AdAge)

    2. Reddit Intros New Ad Offering, ‘Grows Up’ and Says It Can Be as Big as Facebook (George Slefo / AdAge)


    3. With a Behind-the-Scenes Podcast and An Investigative Story, the Post and Courier Exposed America’s Adoption Scammers (Benjamin Mullin / Poynter)

    4. For the People Who Block Ads, Is There Any Way to Win Them Back? (Shan Wang / Nieman Lab)

    5. Tim Cook Just Reignited Speculation About Apple’s ‘Bigger’ Plans for TV (Alexei Oreskovic / Business Insider)


    6. Judge Tosses Out Defamation Lawsuit Filed Against ProPublica, CIR (Robert Faturechi / ProPublica)

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