Must Reads in Media & Technology: Sept. 12

    by Bianca Fortis
    September 12, 2016

    1. At Industry Conference, Publishers Vent About Power of Social Media Companies (Jeremy Barr / Advertising Age)

    2. Two Years In, Vox.com Reconsiders Its ‘Card Stacks’ (Lucia Moses / DigiDay)

    3. How Marketers Are Distributing 360-Degree Videos Beyond YouTube and Facebook (Yuyu Chen / DigiDay)


    4. Univision Deletes Six Controversial Gawker Media Posts (Peter Sterne / Politico)

    5. Facebook Backs Down From ‘Napalm Girl’ Censorship And Reinstates Photo (Sam Levin, Julie Carrie Wong and Luke Harding / The Guardian)

    6. BBC Business Aims to Attract New Audiences on Social With ‘News You Can Use’ (Caroline Scott / Journalism.co.uk)


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