Verizon Media Sale Shows That Consumer Content Wants to Be Freed from Platforms

Verizon’s sale of its remaining media assets further confirms that marriages between telecom and media companies have produced more tears than joy for investors, while pure-play film and entertainment firms have prospered. It’s different in B2B, which can learn much from events on the consumer side.

Read more on the Outsell Leadership Community Platform: Verizon Media Sale Shows That Consumer Content Wants to Be Freed from Platforms

Author: Simon Alterman

Date: May 13, 2021

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Verizon’s sale of its remaining media assets further confirms that marriages between telecom and media companies have produced more tears than joy for investors, while pure-play film and entertainment firms have prospered. It’s different in B2B, which can learn much from events on the consumer side.

Read more on the Outsell Leadership Community Platform: Verizon Media Sale Shows That Consumer Content Wants to Be Freed from Platforms

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