Wednesday, July 18, 2018

How Traditional Media Companies Successfully Innovate On Snapchat

Older media brands are succeeding in attracting Snapchat’s younger Millennial users to view their innovative content, which is made specifically for the social network. American Millennials ages 13-24 say they usually view well-established media brands on the Snapchat Discover distribution platform rather than media which targets their generation.

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