Must Reads in Media & Technology: Jan. 26

    by Kelly O'Mara
    January 26, 2017

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    1. Journalists Around the Country Are Joining a Slack Channel Devoted to FOIA and Trump (Kristen Hare / Poynter)

    2. Google Has Banned 200 Publishers Since It Passed a New Policy Against Fake News (Tess Townsend / CNBC)


    3. Google’s 2016 Bad Ads Report: 1.7 Billion Ads Removed, Including Fake News Ads (Ginny Marvin / Search Engine Land)

    4. Don’t Expect the First Amendment to Protect the Media (RonNell Andersen Jones and Sonja R. West / New York Times)

    5. The World Economic Forum is Treating Fake News as an Urgent Matter of Global Human Rights (Alison Griswold / Quartz)


    6. Knight Foundation Releases Its Report on the Podcasting and On-Demand Audio Market (Knight Foundation)


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