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Layoffs hit Mic as digital media’s “great video pivot of 2017” continues

It’s now a well-known media punchline that if a newsroom experiences layoffs, the rationale will probably be because the company is “pivoting to video.” This is what happened to Vocativ, Vice, and MTV News earlier this month. Now Mic is added to the mix; the millennial-focused media company is laying off between 20 to 30 editorial staff … Continue reading “Layoffs hit Mic as digital media’s “great video pivot of 2017” continues” It’s now a well-known media punchline that if a newsroom experiences layoffs, the rationale will probably be because the company is “pivoting to video.
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