Must Reads in Media & Technology: Sept. 14

    by Kelly O'Mara
    September 14, 2016

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    1. When Journalists Get Their Info From Social Media, Audiences Find the Reports Less Credible (Natalie Jomini Stroud / American Press Institute)

    2. Beacon Reader, A Journalism Crowdfunding Platform, is Closing Down (Benjamin Mullin / Poynter)


    3. Gawker Writers Talk About Possible Walkout After Forced Article Deletions (Josh Feldman / Mediaite)

    4. YouTube Is Building Community—And It’s Not Just About Video (Harry McCracken / Fast Company)

    5. Newsrooms Getting More Diverse But Still Don’t Reflect Communities They Serve (Carlett Spike / CJR)


    6. The Crisis at The Times And That Public Editor Piece (Josh Marshall / Talking Points Memo)

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