Podcast: The Weekly Roundup – March 22, 2019
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The Weekly Roundup – March 22, 2019
Welcome to our tech and startup podcast show, The Weekly Roundup. This show is part of the Silicon Valley Startup Podcast, which is brought to you by Founders Floor, a coworking accelerator for startups here in Silicon Valley.
At the end of every week, we’ll bring you a roundup of the latest articles and trends from VCs, interest pieces from around the web, and the need-to-know tech and startup news from the past week.
In this week’s The Weekly Roundup of tech and startup news on March 22, 2019, we cover:
- Robot journalism
- How New Zealand is putting pressure on big tech
- The future of live video
- VC intros
- How founders should pay themselves
- The growth metrics that are meaningless
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Robot journalism is increasingly popular in the editorial offices – Politico (JANOSCH DELCKER)
Christchurch mosque shootings: Major Kiwi companies set to pull ads from Facebook and Google – NZ Herald (Damien Venuto)
Jacinda Ardern urges global action on social media perils after Christchurch terror attack – Channel NewsAsia
A call from the companies providing internet access for the great majority of New Zealanders, to the companies with the greatest influence over social media content – Spark
The Future of Live Video is Social Broadcasting – Greylock Partners
How To Deal With People Asking For Intros To Me – Brad Feld
What do you look for an investment? How long should a founder be without salary? And other Q&A – Andreessen Horowitz (Andrew Chen)
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