Spencer Rascoff

Co-founder of Zillow and co-founder and chair of dot.LA

 Co-founder of Zillow and co-founder and chair of dot.LA

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2019 was a tough year for the media landscape. An estimated 7,000 jobs were lost, and many publications went dark.

New tech-focused journalism site, dot.LA, takes off

2019 was a tough year for the media landscape. An estimated 7,000 jobs were lost, and many publications went dark.

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