Introducing the Digiday 2016 Year in Preview

by Brian Braiker
Making year-end predictions on the industry you cover is a bit of a fool’s errand. The risk, of course, is that if anyone bothers to dig them up a year later, you may sound hopelessly out of touch. (Ello didn’t go anywhere this year, contrary to Forbes’ odd claim last December. And, sorry Reuters, Jeb Bush isn’t having the banner year you suggested he would.Read the full article

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