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Media critic Michael Wolff thinks television has never been better

There’s no question that we have more ways to consume information today than ever before. Our phones, computers, and tablets are becoming the primary vehicles by which we get information, while more traditional methods like television are slowly fading from the media landscape.

But one media critic has a different perspective. Michael Wolff says that digital media in fact hasn’t rendered TV irrelevant. Wolff spoke to Fusion’s Jorge Ramos about the future of media and his new book,Television is the New Television: The Unexpected Triumph of Old Media in the Digital Age.

Media critic Michael Wolff thinks television has never been better

There’s no question that we have more ways to consume information today than ever before. Our phones, computers, and tablets are becoming the primary vehicles by which we get information, while more traditional methods like television are slowly fading from the media landscape.

But one media critic has a different perspective. Michael Wolff says that digital media in fact hasn’t rendered TV irrelevant. Wolff spoke to Fusion’s Jorge Ramos about the future of media and his new book,Television is the New Television: The Unexpected Triumph of Old Media in the Digital Age.

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