Daily Must Reads, May 22, 2013

    by Julie Keck
    May 22, 2013

    1. Oklahoma governor thanks media for tornado coverage, local news social media sets records (Poynter)

    2. Teens are tired of Facebook ‘drama,’ find refuge on Twitter and elsewhere, says Pew (The Verge)

    3. Obama says journalists shouldn’t be prosecuted for soliciting information (Washington Post)


    4. Sorry, Media, America couldn’t care less about the government taking AP’s phone records (Business Insider)

    5. From Cronkite to Couric: Internet Archive gets $1 million to expand TV news collection (paidContent)

    6. GIF creator receives lifetime achievement Webby Award, settles pronunciation once and for all (Mashable)

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