Digital Disruption and the Death of Storytelling

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Douglas Rushkoff, a media theorist, author and professor at Queens College, is an expert on meaningful message development in the age of buzzing smartphones and never-ending social media noise, and he spends his days researching how digital disruption interferes with social interactions. In a recent conversation with Marketing News, Rushkoff weighed in on the state of digital media and how it’s changing human interaction—and impeding marketers along the way.​​​​​​​​​

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