The way we get our various media, our news, music, movies, books, and TV, has undergone tremendous change in recent years.
Along with those changes came a surge of new digital platforms, from Facebook and Twitter, to BuzzFeed, VOD services like Netflix, to VICE, and Vox, to name just a few. These Web-based entities, we’re told, will only speed the decline of our dusty old media.
But not so fast, says columnist and critic Michael Wolff. He has just written he calls a more honest guide to the changing media landscape around us. It’s called “Television Is the New Television: The Unexpected Triumph of Old Media in the Digital Age.”
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