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Are Digital Agencies a Bad Idea for Media?

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I’ve gotten a number of calls and emails lately that leave me wondering whether local media’s rush to create freestanding digital agencies is a lemming jump. With big companies like LIN Media, Gannett, Yellow Media, GateHouse, The Dallas Morning News and dozens of others entering the space, it couldn’t possibly be a bad idea. Or could it?

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Facebook Looking for Local Media Partners With ‘Reach and Relationships’

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“In an ideal world, all SMBs would come to Facebook to manage their own pages,” said Dan Levy, the company's director of small business. “But our recognition is that there are folks who have those trusted relationships with SMBs,” and Facebook wants to work with them...

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