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Borichevsky wanted to frame the breadth of what the podcast will cover right off the bat.
It’s really that holistic proposition that we believe offers the most value to audiences and also adds a little bit more depth and breadth to the way we’re analyzing performance.
They say the bill’s breadth could have implications not just for social media platforms disseminating harmful speech through advertising but also any web operation that obtains payment to run its business.
The breadth of their customer base has actually been a surprise, and far outstripped the early vision for the startup.
The short updates, which can touch on a story from several different perspectives or angles, gives readers a good snapshot of a publisher’s breadth of coverage.
They reject what they see as “thought policing” and gatekeeping on the left and consider it a source of pride that there is room for a wide breadth of ideology within the Republican Party as part of its “big tent” branding.
To do that, O’Laughlin says that environmental organizations need to allocate their power and money to attack the breadth of environmental harms, not only the ones that are convenient or top of mind.
A fan of stand up paddle surfing in her free time, she was also a VP for the Walt Disney Internet Group, giving her about as wide a breadth of knowledge in online streaming as humanly possible.
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Indeed, conservatives the length and breadth of Twitter and Facebook reacted with rage and fury.
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