Daily Must Reads, January 5, 2015

    by Julie Keck
    January 5, 2015

    1. Selfies on a stick, and the social-content challenge for the media (David Carr / New York Times)

    2. Netflix cracks down on VPN and proxy “pirates” (via Torrent Freak)

    3. When reporting on data remember that those who don’t count aren’t counted (Natalie Leal / Online Journalism Blog)


    4. The trait all media owners need (Hint: Omidyar, Hughes & Williams don’t have it) (Sarah Lacy / PandoDaily)

    5. The virtues of Vice: How punk magazine was transformed into media giant (Jane Martinson / Guardian)

    6. Meet the man who predicted Fox News, the Internet, Stephen Colbert and reality TV (Scott Timberg / Salon)



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