Must Reads in Media & Technology: Oct. 7

    by Kelly O'Mara
    October 7, 2016

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    1. Disney Isn’t Going to Bid for Twitter, Either (Peter Kafka / Recode)

    2. Younger Adults More Likely Than Their Elders to Prefer Reading News (Amy Mitchell / Pew Research)


    3. Why Bloomberg, ESPN and Others Aren’t Doing Facebook Instant Articles (Lucia Moses / Digiday)

    4. The New York Times’ Dean Baquet On Calling Out Lies, Embracing Video, and Building a More Digital Newsroom (Ken Doctor / Nieman Lab)

    5. The BBC’s Taster Platform Lets Audiences Sample Early-Stage Experiments as They’re Still Cooking (Shan Wang / Nieman Lab)


    6. When Her Best Friend Died, She Rebuilt Him Using Artificial Intelligence (Casey Newton / The Verge)

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