41 Min Released Apr 18, 2017

No Winners in the Long Lines

This week Laura and Alexa answer a listener's question from the Twitterverse about the future of influencer marketing and talk about the things they would have done differently in the now infamous Pepsi ad. They also sit down with one of their favorite CEOs in media, the man behind "stay interesting", Carlos Watson of Ozy.com to talk about doing media differently from Silicon Valley, creating communities of “A&Es” (addicts + evangelists) and the future of Ozy as educator and/or matchmaker.  Swipe right!

ALSO: You can find our Panoply survey at survey.panoply.fm 

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