Digital story-telling and the rise of the new publishers

Digital story-telling and the rise of the new publishers

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In order to tell the story of Star Wars, George Lucas had to create a new technology company that was powerful enough to tell that story. The same thing has to happen in digital news publishing. That’s the conclusion of Jim Bankoff, CEO and Chairman of Vox Media, whose sites The...
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