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gawker.com - 13 readers, 51 Tweets - At most media organizations, there's a "Chinese wall" between editorial and advertising operations--each department operating independently of one another. At Vice Media--marketing shop first, editorial brand second--that's not quite how it works, according to a series of emails published to Twitter by recently departed editor Charles Davis.
forbes.com - 7 readers, 416 Tweets - In the modern media age, there are no sacred cows. The internet has turned the industry upside down by allowing everyone a chance to be a content creator. Sites like BuzzFeed have emerged and gobbled up market share, leaving many media organizations -- including well-established titans -- with the challenge of [...]
gizmodo.com - 10 readers, 189 Tweets - Our Facebook News Feeds already runneth over with links promising to surprise and/or reaffirm your faith in any number of entities. But recently, you may have noticed that these Upworthy-esque links have gotten even more mindless. More hollow. More all-around absurd. And no, we're not talking about The Onion's Clickhole. This is PlayBuzz.