Must Reads in Media & Technology: Oct. 12

    by Kelly O'Mara
    October 12, 2016

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    1. Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram Surveillance Tool Was Used to Arrest Baltimore Protestors (Russell Brandom / The Verge)

    2. After Scrutiny, News Outlets Stop Conducting Unscientific Online Debate Polls (Oliver Darcy / Business Insider)


    3. Google Acquires FameBit to Better Connect YouTube Creators with Brands (Ken Yeung / Venture Beat)

    4. Esquire Relaunches Spy as Online Pop-Up for Election (Kurt Andersen / Esquire)

    5. Vox is Launching a Travel Content Site For Chase (Mike Shields / Wall Street Journal)


    6. The Wall Street Journal is Reorganizing Its Newsroom and Cutting Down on Flabby Stories (Benjamin Mullin / Poynter)


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