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Visualizing The Slow Death Of Traditional Media

Bill Gates once famously said that we systematically overestimate the change that will occur in two years, while underestimating the change that will come in the next ten. As Visual Capitalist's Jeff Desjardins notes, the ongoing conversation about the death of legacy media definitely fits that mold. The ongoing conversation about the death of legacy media definitely fits that mold.
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