The media landscape is shifting
Previously, media houses were the only trusted sources. Now, almost anyone can create podcasts, books or YouTube videos.
Traditional media institutions are becoming empty shells. Their only value is in their brand's reputation, but their content is decreasing. They seem to only talk to each other and themselves. Focusing on themselves could lead to being irrelevant and wrong or misleading. Yet they still have a measure of coherence that the wild west lacks.
On the one side, we have the interesting stuff that is incoherent; on the other, we have stuff that is coherent but meaningless.
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