Mashable is reeling in its video ambitions after Ziff Davis sale

Mashable became a poster child for the “pivot to video.” Now, in the wake of its sale to Ziff Davis for $50 million, the digital publisher is beating a retreat from those ambitions. In the wake of the sale going through this week, Mashable has cut 13 people within its Mashable Studios video division, which employed nearly 50 people, according to sources familiar with the company’s plans.Read the full article