Must Reads in Media & Technology: June 2

    by Bianca Fortis
    June 2, 2017

    Must Reads is MediaShift’s daily curation of the big stories about media and technology from across the web. Sign up here to get these delivered right to your inbox.

    1. Google Chrome Will Automatically Block Annoying Ads (George Slefo / Ad Age)

    2. Despite Subscription Surges for Largest U.S. Newspapers, Circulation and Revenue Fall for Industry Overall (Michael Bartel / Pew Research Center)


    3. Billionaire-Supported but Looking to Expand its Coverage, The Intercept Also Turns to Reader Memberships (Shan Wang / Nieman Lab)

    4. The Wall Street Journal is Killing its What’s News App (but Bringing Lessons From it to its Main App) (Joseph Lichterman / Nieman Lab)

    5. YouTube Adds More Details, and Restrictions, Around Which Videos Can Be Monetized (Chris Welch / The Verge)


    6. How Refinery29 Gets a 63 percent Click-to-Open Rate on its Biggest Newsletter (Max Willens / Digiday)

    Get the Daily Must Reads in Your Inbox!

    Tagged: ads google chrome newsletters newspaper circulation refinery29 the intercept wall street journal

    Comments are closed.

  • Who We Are

    MediaShift is the premier destination for insight and analysis at the intersection of media and technology. The MediaShift network includes MediaShift, EducationShift, MetricShift and Idea Lab, as well as workshops and weekend hackathons, email newsletters, a weekly podcast and a series of DigitalEd online trainings.

    About MediaShift »
    Contact us »
    Sponsor MediaShift »
    MediaShift Newsletters »

    Follow us on Social Media