John McCoskey is Industry Lead Executive - Communications, Media & Technology at Eagle Hill Consulting in Arlington, VA.
At the NAB Show in April, I had the privilege of moderating a panel that explored the growing role of the public media system in supporting public safety.
From phony customer accounts created by Wells Fargo to Mylan’s sky-high pricing on the EpiPen device, “bad behavior” by employees was a hot business topic in 2016.
Continuing rapid technology advancements, changing content consumption behavior and increased connectivity are driving broadcasters to rethink their organizational foundations in order to align with these changes and to maximize the opportunities that they offer.
The broadcast industry continues to undergo change at an increasing and dramatic pace.
As a broadcast veteran, I have the advantage of looking back to look forward. In this new column, I hope to bring some of my “rear-view mirror” insight to help us best navigate the challenging and turbulent times for our industry.
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