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Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Why newspapers want to band together to take on Facebook and Google

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Newspapers have long considered Facebook and Google their frenemies. On the one hand, they rely on both to distribute their words and ads to a mass audience as print ads and subscription dollars plummet. SEE ALSO: Facebook and Google are destroying bad online ads, which is great until they own the world But by doing so, the two tech giants have now ballooned in size to the point where there’s little room left for anyone else in the industry to breathe. Facebook and Google now collectively contr.  show all text
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