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Mediapocalypse! Are Platforms Killing the Business of Media and Advertising?

Hosted by Deep Focus

Tuesday, February 23, 2016

New York

Marketing

0:47 minutes

Platforms like Facebook, Pinterest, Snapchat, and Twitter are up-ending the media business. But will that end up kill it in the process? Publishers and advertisers, content producers and creators, advertisers and agencies are all dealing with the repercussions of distributed media models. But can the business we’re in as-we-know-it survive the amount of change necessary?

Session Speakers

Ian  Schafer

Ian Schafer

Co-Founder & CEO, Kindred

Ricky Van Veen

Ricky Van Veen

Co-founder, CollegeHumor

Lisa Weinstein

Lisa Weinstein

CEO, Engine Media Group

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