Daily Must Reads, September 30, 2013

    by Julie Keck
    September 30, 2013

    1. Facebook woos TV networks with more data (Evelyn Rusli / Wall Street Journal)

    2. Visually impaired turn to smartphones to see their world (Nick Bilton / New York Times)

    3. In Egypt, an anti-Brotherhood media crackdown (Jared Malsin / Columbia Journalism Review)


    4. News: Personalized or serendipitous? (Frédéric Filloux & Jean-Louis Gassée / Monday Note)

    5. Must tweet TV: ‘Breaking Bad’ is a breakout hit for Twitter (Jessica Guynn / LA Times)

    6. Perilous task of innovation in a digital age (Margaret Sullivan / New York Times)



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