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Media Briefing: Publishers confront leaky social platforms as commerce revenue growth slows

Jan 13, 2022

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January 13, 2022 by Tim Peterson

In this week’s Media Briefing, media editor Kayleigh Barber looks at how publishers like Apartment Therapy and Group Nine are dealing with social platforms’ commerce limitations.

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