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Jake Levine is general manager of Digg. Before that, he was general manager of News.me.
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“Programming is a means to an end, not an end in itself. You should be trying to do as little of it as possible to make the thing that you want.”
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“These platforms are all evolving towards a more traditional broadcast media model, because it’s more palatable to late adopters and because that’s the environment in which brands know how to communicate and, more importantly, spend.”
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