CBS is one day away from pulling all its programs off of Time Warner Cable in New York, Los Angeles and Dallas.
Fox News makes over $1 billion a year in fee compensation before it even sells one ad.
And I’m here to tell you it all doesn’t matter anymore.
Content is no longer king, it’s a pawn to a new generation.
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- The model for content in the future is – believe it for not – cherry picking for low fees (the iTunes model).
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- And the big elephant in the room! What should TV and radio broadcasters be doing to not become so hopelessly irrelevant.
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