Your Media Business Will Not Be Saved

Your Media Business Will Not Be Saved #eklecticVideo will not save your media business. Nor will bots, newsletters, a “morning briefing” app, a “lean back” iPad experience, Slack integration, a Snapchat channel, or a great partnership with Twitter. All of these things together might help, but even then, you will not be saved by the magical New Thing that everyone else in the media community is convinced will be the answer to The Problem. Source: Your Media Business Will Not Be Saved — Medium


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