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What the Fake News Fiasco Means for Media, the One Percent and the 99% (of the Population, the Popular Vote and the Future of Advertising)

Traditionally – over the past century or so, retard media have used what Noam Chomsky refers to as a “propaganda” model which relies heavily on advertising: ad-based media receive an advertising subsidy that gives them a price-marketing-quality edge, which allows … Continue reading Continue reading

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The Millennial Media Landscape

Today, the media landscape has two very prominent but overlooked characteristics. First, it is all about end consumers (and consumer behavior). Second, it is based on a belief in something referred to as the “network effect”. These two characteristics are … Continue reading

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