The duopoly, the FCC, and the hunger for scale are three forces causing major shifts in the media landscape according to Ken Doctor's article. What do you think?
The FCC or Any Regulation
The FCC is swiftly changing national media policy. What does that mean on the local level?
GDPR will lead to a scramble to pass off liability to others
The Duopoly or Bigger Tech
Facebook, Google Leading to Internet Domination of Advertising
Betting on Alexa to change financial services
Internet will account for 94% growth in adspend between 2017 and 2020, predicts Zenith
The Hunger for Scale or the Post Scale Era
TheStreet cuts staffers, refocuses on subscriptions
The Information launches new $199 and $749 annual subscription tiers
In a post-scale era, publishers reposition audience development to pursue loyalty and subs
Is the digital content bubble about to burst? For some of the publishers chasing the broadest scale, maybe
The New York Times now has more than 3.5 million subscribers
To double circulation profits, The Economist has 16 people focused on retention
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