The Radice Files — Episode 36: “Marketing Myopia”

Frank Radice
4 min readMay 15, 2021

Modern Marketing Myopia: is marketing losing perspective? — Tom Roach

If ‘Marketing Myopia’ was an over-focus on products vs consumer needs, its modern variant is an over-focus on the present vs the past, present & future, that puts us in danger of lo…

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She was tired of seeing Black stereotypes on TV. So she started her own streaming service — CNN

When DeShuna Spencer sat in front of her TV to scroll through her options, she noticed a glaring problem: Nobody looked like or was representative of the people she knew. Specifically, there were no Black characters or directors with whom she felt a connection.

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And finally…

Chicago fire: Cat jumps out 5th floor window after firefighters snuff blaze, survives fall — ABC7 New York

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