Daily Must Reads, October 6, 2015

    by Julie Keck
    October 6, 2015

    1. No comments allowed on Reddit’s new news site ‘Upvoted’ (Julia Greenberg / Wired)

    2. Twitter unveils its own news digests, and some news orgs are participating (Justin Ellis / Nieman Lab)

    3. Are comments dead, or have media outlets just given up on them? (Mathew Ingram / Fortune)


    4. Shareable, concise, authentic: The BBC’s approach to mobile video (Catalina Albeanu / Journalism.co.uk)

    5. WSJ owner takes battle to FT with City news app (Jane Martinson / Guardian)

    6. Can Steve Huffman save Reddit from itself? (Benjamin Wallace / Daily Intelligencer)


    7. Blendle is up to something big (Frédéric Filloux / Monday Note)

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