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The COMUNICANO for Monday August 14th 2017

The state of television is clearly changing in the USA and around the world. It's as the NY Times say
August 14 · Issue #139 · View online
Andy Abramson

The state of television is clearly changing in the USA and around the world. It’s as the NY Times says, “messy” and “confusing” but is it good or the customer…and with Shonda Rhimes joining Netflix are we seeing the start of the “expansion” leagues of TV…Bitcoin breaks $4k…Net Neutrality is in the news….as is the saga at Uber and start reading all that’s jammed into today’s COMUNICANO.

TV Watch
The Messy, Confusing Future of TV? It’s Here
Shonda Rhimes brings Shondaland to Netflix
Blockchain Watch
Bitcoin Prices Pass $4,000 for the First Time
The Crypto J-Curve
Regulatory Watch
As net neutrality dies, one man wants to make Verizon pay for its sins
Uber Watch
Uber Board Considers 3 Investment Offers to Buy Company’s Shares
Travel Watch
Low Fares And Snack Fees—How No-Frills Favorite Norwegian Air Went Global
How the rise of gatekeepers is disrupting the travel industry – and what to do about it
Instagram Watch
Understanding plandids — the under-the-radar pose that’s taking over Instagram
Facebook Watch
Facebook discontinues Groups app, but says it still loves Groups
Facebook’s Onavo Gives Social-Media Firm Inside Peek at Rivals’ Users
Google Watch
Exclusive: Google buys Seattle health monitoring startup Senosis, bolstering digital health push
AI Watch
How Baidu Will Win China’s AI Race—and, Maybe, the World’s
Odds & Ends
Why I started in San Diego and moved my startup to Silicon Valley.
A top venture capital lobbyist says more sexual harassment allegations will emerge from Silicon Valley
Free Stingray-Detector Apps Could Be Outsmarted
How to Create a Winning Investor Pitch-Deck – The Startup
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