Over at Broadcasting & Cable, our Honorary Chairman Rick Boucher has an op-ed on how Silicon Valley is the “new capital of content.” An excerpt:

Silicon Valley-based companies and services like Apple, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube, and companies developing artificial intelligence and virtual reality technologies, are dramatically changing the mechanisms for content distribution. Each of us now has the ability to share a well-written and researched story with our networks—either socially, on a website or an online magazine platform for wide distribution, one-to-many and many-to-one. In fact, many old-school publishers are rethinking their media strategy altogether, given that there is no longer an assumed circulation.

Originally published at Broadcasting & Cable