Your Media Business Will Not Be Saved
Joshua Topolsky
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Josh,

Thanks for the juicy pointers. I especially enjoyed reading this:

“What will save the media industry — or at least the part worth saving — is when we start making Real Things for people again, instead of programming for algorithms or New Things.”

As a student of Strategic Communication in the PAC-10, media training and education filters a few things through very clearly.

A fractured mediaverse sounds like growing pains to me while today’s journalism suggests digital lives matter where sometimes corpus might fail.

Words and images are what we give them in return for what’s already there.

Everything tells a story.

Best content serves an audience of one.

We think, dream, and even learn faster, visually, not in Text.

It’s about people, not Ads.

As ever, it’s what you do that counts.

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