Digital disruption is putting audiences in the habit of getting what they want - and having a say in how it is made.
From the maw of mass television, something new and nimble is being born. Image: still from That Sugar Film, a poster child of disruptive digital media.
Not that long ago, “niche” was a term of condescension. Mass media were ubiquitous, and finding large audiences was the organising principle behind everything from music to film, television and journalism.
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