September 29, 2022

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When lifestyle media company Dotdash announced plans to acquire Meredith Corp. for $2.7 billion last October, the deal carried with it an unmistakable air of symbolism: the new, digitally-native operation had finally supplanted the old, ink-entrenched publisher.
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