Must Reads in Media & Technology: Sept. 23

    by Kelly O'Mara
    September 23, 2016

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    1. Why We’ve Seen Video of Tulsa’s Police Shooting But Not Charlotte’s (Keegan Hamilton / VICE)

    2. Facebook Overestimated Key Video Metric for Two Years (Suzanne Vranica and Jack Marshall / Wall Street Journal)


    3. Yahoo Confirms Major Breach — And It Could Be the Largest Hack of All Time (Kif Leswing / Business Insider)

    4. USA Today Columnist Suspended on Twitter For Charlotte Protest Post: ‘Run Them Down’  (Ken Meyer / Mediaite)

    5. The Toronto Star Delivers Coffee with the Morning Paper (Craig Saila / J-Source)


    6. Nielsen Says Mainstream Consumers Really Are Interested in Virtual Reality (Marty Swant / AdWeek)

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