Corner Office:: Say Media CEO Matt Sanchez on Building A Robust Digital Infrastructure
Any final thoughts about the future of digital publishing?
To me the future is about pushing a lot of the ancillary costs in traditional publishing into the platform and solving [problems] with technology. That way, you can give a voice to really talented content creators.
At the end of the day storytelling and great content creators will always have something unbelievably special to share with the world. What's been challenging about the evolution of the ecosystem over the last decade or so is not the creation of high-quality content. I think it's the infrastructure behind it that's killing us. That's the stone around our necks and we have to somehow take a different approach. So that's what we're doing.
Dan Eldridge is a journalist and guidebook author based in Philadelphia's historic Old City district, where he and his partner own and operate Kaya Aerial Yoga, the city's only aerial yoga studio. A longtime cultural reporter, Eldridge also writes about small business and entrepreneurship, travel, and the publishing industry. Follow him on Twitter at @YoungPioneers.