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Today’s teens and twentysomethings turn to their phone for audio, not their radio. What kind of future is there for businesses built on a terrestrial radio signal?
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“This opens up all kind of new ways and products to tell stories that are not so focused on production values.”
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“The question should not be what will replace traditional television news. Nothing will. The question has to be: How can we move beyond television news as we know it?”
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The papers are behind a hard paywall, and their platforms will be updated four times each day to correspond with peaks in readership.
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“I can’t imagine many stronger indications of one’s desire to engage with a news organization than adding it as a contact in their address book.”
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Why Line? The app “supports both bots and conversational interfaces,” says deputy editor Tom Standage.
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