Daily Must Reads, November 6, 2014

    by Julie Keck
    November 6, 2014

    1. Why in-house innovation is a great plan for legacy outlets (Erin Polgreen / Columbia Journalism Review)

    2. Unable to find a local partner, the much praised Homicide Watch D.C. is shutting down (Joshua Benton / Nieman Lab)

    3. Fall of the banner ad: The monster that swallowed the web (Farhad Manjoo / New York Times)


    4. Why Twitter needs to court its Vine stars, or risk losing them to Hollywood (and Facebook) (Carmel DeAmicis / GigaOm)

    5. Before HBO starts streaming, Time Warner wants to make big cable happy (Justin Bachman / Bloomberg BusinessWeek)

    6. CBS News introduces digital streaming service (Jeanine Poggi / AdAge)


    7. Flowchart: Death of an Unpublished Tweet (Virginia Heffernan / Medium)


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