The "pivot to video" is not the death of words.
It's not the death of journalism or a sign that people are abandoning everything that is right and good in the world.
What it is, however, isn't much better.
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The "pivot to video" is the product of an internet that is run by Google, Facebook, and an advertising market with little regard for anything that isn't video.
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