pC LIVE Podcast: New media entities panel with Slate, Vox, reddit and LinkedIn

Sites like reddit, LinkedIn and Vox Media are known for their viral hits and eccentric user communities, but they are also becoming content commissioners in their own right, hiring reporters and ad agency creatives and doing interviews with the president. Are these sites the new media barons, and how will that change the landscape and audience of the existing media players?

This is a re-broadcast of a panel from our recent paidContent LIVE show in New York. Check out full coverage and on-demand video from the event.

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Moderated by:
Jacob Weisberg – Chairman and Editor in Chief, Slate Group

Jim Bankoff – CEO, Vox Media
Erik Martin – GM, reddit
Daniel Roth – Executive Editor, LinkedIn

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