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“It’s really about combining technology with culture and content and entertainment to create something special that hasn’t been done before.”
“It’s impossible to understand the future of this country if you don’t understand it bilingually. It makes no sense for us not to look at both languages.”
“Sometimes when I catch myself rolling my eyes at a new platform, I say to myself, don’t be a snob. That’s how you got your big break.”
Sure, keeping an audience’s attention is a challenge. But Frontline has always operated under the premise that it has to keep people from changing the channel.
“We don’t just present a bunch of headlines and say what we think. Our videos are chock-full of facts and research.”
“Part of the appeal here is that this an unexpected combination. But I think we’d argue that we’re not that different,” said Economist deputy editor Tom Standage.
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?
“One thing we tend to forget in this pile-on pursuit of eternal youth is that our target demographic of the moment is bound to grow older.”