Must Reads in Media & Technology: Dec. 8

    by Kelly O'Mara
    December 8, 2016

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    1. Pew Survey: Few People Feel Overloaded by Information Than A Decade Ago (John B. Horrigan / Pew Research Center)

    2. New Project Looks at the Biggest Stories From the Smallest Newspapers (Kristen Hare / Pointer)


    3. Let’s Give Reader Comments Another Chance — And For Real, This Time (Ernst Jan-Pfauth / Medium)

    4. ProPublica to Expand with State-Based ‘ProPublica Illinois’ Unit (Cynthia Gordy / ProPublica)

    5. Google is Killing a Section of Desktop Search That Was a Target of ‘Fake News’ Criticism (Nathan McAlone / Business Insider)


    6. Turner Signs Expanded Deal With Snapchat (Jon Lafayette / Broadcasting & Cable)

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