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Disney and Universal partner with Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media to use AI to improve representation in development process.
Second largest podcasting app Stitcher aims to build a business model that can survive against Apple Podcasts while integrating with advertising network Midroll Media.
The New York Times has used digital innovation to maintain its quality and reached new subscription highs despite significant headwinds in the newspaper industry.
Why the rise of Netflix has changed the landscape in the entertainment industry for producers distributors and consumers of content, and what has been Netflix competitive advantage that enabled it to disrupt a 100 year old industry.
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When is the last time you read, or even came across, a copy of a local newspaper? Local journalism is dying in front of us, and Wall Street vultures are watching.