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The Death of Traditional Media

When Gutenberg invented the printing press around 1440 it put thousands of scribes and monks out of work. For centuries they had laboured for hours to copy books and other manuscripts, but, with the ability to mass-produce the written word, printing ushered in a whole new era of communication.

Why #CordCutting Is a Trending Topic for 2016

Over the last five years subscriptions to pay TV have been on the decline – a movement that will continue well into 2016. Many subscribers are frustrated with the way cable and satellite companies bundle packages of channels forcing them to pay for content they don’t watch. As a result, more and more customers turn to free or low cost alternatives delivered by the Internet.