In the second of our sit down interviews with Drew Curtis, founder of Fark.com and author of “It’s Not News, It’s Fark,” we learn about media patterns, that Drew’s mom uses IM and is terrified of shingles, Groundhog Day is dumb and proof that the media only cares about New York City lies in the spring time lawn mower stories. Oh, and he tosses out a few swear words, so don’t watch this around the kids.
It’s fair to note, I asked Drew one question and got aÂ 7:25 show out of it.
In tomorrow’s Part 3, Drew outs traditional media advertising models and asserts that social media is “the way to go” to reach consumers in today’s new media landscape.
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