Must Reads in Media & Technology: Aug. 4

    by Kelly O'Mara
    August 5, 2016

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    1. Shocker! Facebook Changes Its Algorithm to Avoid ‘Clickbait’ (Mike Isaac and Sydney Ember / New York Times)

    2. The Olympics Committee Just Said We Can’t Make GIFs Of The Games (Jason Abbruzzese / Mashable)


    3. Why BBC News Went on Yik Yak to Talk Brexit With Millennials (Catalina Albeanu / journalism.co.uk)

    4. ESPN.com Has Finally Replaced espn.go.com, And a Newish SEO Rule Means It Won’t Lose Google Juice (Joshua Benton / Nieman Lab)

    5. Nike and Others Dive Into Instagram Stories: Why Marketers Already Like It Better Than Snapchat (Garett Sloane / AdAge)


    6. With ‘Podcast Garage,’ PRX Hopes to Free Podcasters From Working in Isolation (Sonali Prasad / Poynter)

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