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Megan Greenwell / Deadspin:
On her last day, Deadspin EIC Megan Greenwell describes the tragedy of digital media, where execs know less about making money than do ignored employees
Mike Janssen / Current:
PBS and PBS Kids to launch on YouTube TV in November; sources: some local PBS stations may have to pay $250 or $1,500 a month for local live streaming
Dana Feldman / Forbes:
eMarketer: 55.3% of Americans will view content via OTT subscriptions in 2019; Netflix to lose market share to Hulu and Amazon Prime Video over next few years
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