Must Reads in Media & Technology: Aug. 9

    by Kelly O'Mara
    August 9, 2016

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    1. How Not to Respond to John Oliver’s Ode to Local Newspapers (Margaret Sullivan / Washington Post)

    2. There’s Too Much Olympics Online, Which is Why TV Programming is Still a Good Idea (Edmund Lee / Recode)


    3. The New York Times is Launching Its Film and TV Recommendation Site Watching (In Limited Release Only) (Shan Wang / Nieman Lab)

    4. Newsonomics: Sketching In The Details of Josh Topolsky’s New Outline (Ken Doctor / Nieman Lab)

    5. NBCU Signs Deal to Make Snapchat Shows (Steven Perlberg / Wall Street Journal)


    6. Hulu Ends Free Streaming Service (Todd Spangler / Variety)

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