Watching Web's Days Go By

November 2013
Variety;11/5/2013, Vol. 321 Issue 18, p30
Trade Publication
The article discusses the impact of the Internet on creativity and the entertainment industry as of November 5, 2013. It says that the idea that the Internet has provided everybody a platform for realizing their creative dreams is a lie. It mentions the end of free content on the Internet including leading websites adopting a paywall policy.


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