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Inside one of the worst years in media history, where 7,200 jobs were axed and billions in value have been shed

Business Insider Saturday, 7 December 2019
Inside one of the worst years in media history, where 7,200 jobs were axed and billions in value have been shed· Digital media went through a bloodbath in 2019, with investors seeing billions in theoretical value wiped out and scores of people losing their jobs.
· Some venture capital funding continued to pour into media companies, but many journalism upstarts didn't meet aggressive growth expectations, which forced them to look for...
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