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Amplify LA Co-Founder: Monetizing Local Is Challenging

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Although the startup accelerator doesn't deal exclusively with media and entertainment properties, the group's executive director Jeff Solomon (who previously co-foundeed Leads360, a VC backed SaaS company) has plenty of opinions about how the hyperlocal space is evolving. Solomon caught up with Street Fight recently with some thoughts about location-based companies, monetization, and LA’s up-and-coming "Silicon Beach."

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