By Chris WanjekAssociated PressThe media industry is on the brink of a second revolution.
It’s called the media revolution.
And it’s being led by tech.
What’s the media really like?
It’s not a video game.
It doesn’t have to be a social media platform.
It isn’t a newspaper.
It doesn’t even have to have a paper and ink machine.
The media is an extension of the human body, and that’s a lot of what makes it a powerful and transformative force in society.
Its not just about the money.
Its not just a product.
Its about human interaction and collaboration and sharing.
It has a way of changing lives.
And that is something we all want to do, if we can.
And it’s happening right now.
The tech industry is creating a new class of media that can change the way people interact with the media.
It can give people the tools to connect with the content, to create stories about the news and to tell stories that matter.
It can create a new type of media company that will be able to take on a larger audience and be the engine that drives future change.
What does this mean for you?
Well, it means the media industry will have to rethink the way it operates.
It will have an opportunity to innovate in ways that have never been possible before.
And while the media landscape may change, the industry will still have to reinvent itself.
For example, how do you build a platform that connects with a broad audience?
How do you reach new audiences?
And how do those audiences interact with each other?
The answer, I think, lies in the Internet of Things.
The Internet of things is the new way to interact with media.
The Internet of media is the Internet that connects the whole world.
And the Internet will be the new media ecosystem.
And the Internet is the digital media ecosystem that will power that ecosystem.
What will it take to do that?
First, we have to figure out how we build the platform that is the media ecosystem, and then we have the technology to make that happen.
That will require a new kind of technology that will allow people to build media platforms on their own.
That means that the tech companies will have the skills to build the infrastructure to allow them to develop a digital media platform that allows people to create their own news, and the tech platforms will be responsible for ensuring that those platforms are open to users of all kinds.
We’ve seen a lot more innovation in the media business over the past decade, and this time around, I’m really excited.
We’re starting to see the first real signs of a media revolution, and we’re not just talking about the big players.
We are seeing a whole lot of small players and startups who are building their own media platforms, and I think that’s going to change the industry.
We need the right people.
The technology that makes the media possible needs the right technology to be built and the right talent to help it happen.
The right people are building the right media companies.
The first wave of the media media revolution has begun.
The next wave will come sooner or later.
We don’t know when it will happen, but the first wave is already here.
But we have a lot to be optimistic about.
The biggest story we need to see in the next few years is the rise of a new breed of media companies that are taking on the traditional media companies, and making it easier for the media companies to build their own platforms.
We’ll see more of these companies emerge.
But the next wave of innovation is the one that will drive the next generation of media entrepreneurs.
So stay tuned.
And remember: Startups are going to be the key to the next media revolution and the future of the world.