Today, the vast majority of large media companies are publicly traded corporations with five constituencies: audiences, advertisers, agencies, distributors and Wall St. analysts. However, their brand messaging and focus is primarily targeted only to Wall St. and their priorities are based almost exclusively on quarterly-revenue related metrics. An example is SNAP.
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