Must Reads in Media & Technology: Sept. 26

    by Kelly O'Mara
    September 26, 2016

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    1. Dear Readers: Please Stop Calling Us ‘The Media.’ There is No Such Thing. (Paul Farhi / Washington Post)

    2. New Snapchat Channel to Look at Final Leg of Presidential Campaign (Sydney Ember / New York Times)


    3. Snapchat Releases First Hardware Product, Spectacles (Seth Stevenson / Wall Street Journal)

    4. Twitter May Soon Get Formal Bid, Suitors Said to Include Salesforce and Google (David Faber and Anita Balakrishnan / CNBC)

    5. Slate, Now 20 Years Old, Reflects on the Value of Taking the Long View and Not Chasing Digital Media Trends (Shan Wang / Nieman Lab)


    6. Univision Rebrands Gawker Media As Gizmodo Media Group; Starts Translating Content For Univision.com (Veronica Villafañe / Forbes)

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