Must Reads in Media & Technology: Dec. 27

    by Kelly O'Mara
    December 27, 2016

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    1. Reading Fake News, Pakistani Minister Directs Nuclear Threat at Israel (Russell Goodman / New York Times)

    2. Wielding Claims of ‘Fake News,’ Conservatives Take Aim at Mainstream Media (Jeremy W. Peters / New York Times)


    3. Google’s Top Results for “Did the Holocaust Happen” Now Expunged of Denial Sites (Danny Sullivan / Search Engine Land)

    4. Advertising’s Moral Struggle: Is Online Reach Worth the Hurt? (Sapna Maheshwari / New York Times)

    5. How the Nation’s Largest Owner of TV Stations Helped Donald Trump’s Campaign (Paul Farhi / Washington Post)


    6. The Secret Sauce Behind NPR One: An Editorially Responsible Algorithm (Tamar Charney, Michael Oreskes, and Thomas Hjelm / NPR)

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