Episode 81: Washington Post Exec: Rise of Remote Workers Benefits Local Media

Mon, 26 Sep 2022


The Great Geographic Dispersion under way. Small cities are getting bigger, and big ones smaller. And that should greatly benefit local media, according to The Washington Post's Ethan Selzer, our guest for this episode. Selzer offers a long-term view of the media industry -- newspapers in particular -- as the pandemic subsides.

Follow Your Hosts!


Notify of
1 Comment
Newest Most Voted
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
Mike Wilczynski
Mike Wilczynski
8 months ago

I disagree with the take on newspaper interest when you move to a new city. I’ve done it a few times and lose interest in local politics, sports and especially the obits. I think people remain more engaged in current of events in their hometown newspaper.

Podcast Sponsors

Frequence is the Future of Media – the only end-to-end platform for media companies to grow and automate their advertising sales and operations while integrating owned and operated┬ámedia . Through its full-stack proposal, workflow and campaign-management software, Frequence drives revenue with best-in-class tools to sell, optimize and report omnichannel advertising campaigns.

The Weather Company, an IBM Business delivers the most accurate, personalized and actionable weather and traffic data and visualizations to keep audiences safe, build a loyal viewer base and ensure operational efficiency. Broadcasters rely on The Weather Company for the solutions they need to stay competitive, better engage their audiences and fully monetize every screen. Email weather@us.ibm.com to learn more.