Daily Must Reads, May 14, 2013

    by Julie Keck
    May 14, 2013

    1. A “massive and unprecedented intrusion”: Government obtains wide AP phone records in probe (AP)

    2. Advertisers will spend nearly $10 billion this week on a broken TV model (Business Insider)

    3. FDIC and Bloomberg in contact over data (WSJ)


    4. Newspapers, radio, TV dominate 92 percent of total time spent consuming news (Poynter)

    5. How The Alhambra Source is using its news site, and sociology, to bring a fractured city together (Pacific Standard)

    6. Jurnid allows journalists to set their own pay wall (Journalism UK)


    7. Fox, Twitter join in promotional partnership (LA Times)

    8. Tweet-Q app reveals stunning amount of male favoritism in retweets (Huffington Post)

    Tagged: alhambra ap bloomberg fdic fox gender bias jurnid tweet-q twitter

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