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In this issue, for the second time, we put the spotlight on those doing the hard work of changing media and marketing for the better. Our Changemakers aren’t necessarily those pontificating on the conference circuit and on Twitter, but the ones in the trenches doing the messy work of effectuating change to build a sustainable media ecosystem.
- Remembering The New York Times’ ‘Snow Fall’
- The anti-Amazon: Jet.com is putting brands first in hopes that customers will follow
- Office Hours with Elle’s Nina Garcia
- Google is using Facebook fatigue to woo publishers
- ‘What happens on the terrace stays on the terrace’: The definitive oral history of the Carlton terrace
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