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by Courtney Lowery Cowgill

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. The Problem With Journalism Is You Need an Audience (Hamilton Nolan / Gawker) 2. Axel Springer’s Bild is Testing News Delivery via Facebook Messenger (Laura […] more »

by Katie Steiner

“The home page is dead.” We’ve heard that phrase a lot the last couple years, especially after it was reported that traffic to the New York Times’ home page had decreased by more than 50 percent over two years. In his response, Vox’s Ezra Klein said that the home page wasn’t dead, but it was […] more »

by Courtney Lowery Cowgill

1. What The New York Times Didn’t Tell You (Jay Carney / Medium) 2. Meet the Woman Who’s Driving Digital Experimentation at The Washington Post ( Lucia Moses / Digiday) 3. Flipboard Goes After Facebook with Targeted Ad Feature (Mathew Ingram / Fortune ) 4. Publishers Straddle the Apple-Google, App-Web Divide (Katie Benner and Conor Dougherty / New York […] more »

by Courtney Lowery Cowgill

1. Washington Post, New York Times and Mozilla team up for new Web site comment system (Paul Farhi / Washington Post) 2. Online publishers still aren’t usually liable for user-generated content (Tracie Powell / Columbia Journalism Review) 3. Why Craig Newmark is joining Poynter (Craig Newmark / craigconnects) 4. Americans’ confidence in news media remains […] more »

by Lily Leung

The best stories across the web on media and technology, curated by Lily Leung. 1. Warren Buffett says he may buy more newspapers (Telegraph) 2. Revenue at Washington Post’s newspaper division down 8 percent from last year (Poynter) 3. Tumblr’s first copyright lawsuit (PaidContent) 4. Why kids’ e-book sales are surging (PaidContent) 5. Wemple: Politico […] more »

by Lily Leung

The best stories across the web on media and technology, curated by Lily Leung. 1. Pinterest revises terms, gives up right to sell content posted on the site (VentureBeat) 2. Bloggers and social media help elevate Trayvon Martin story into national conversation (Poynter) 3. Two big-name entrepreneurs team up to create Airtime, a social-video company […] more »