The streaming wars took center stage during the pandemic. Over the past year, a number of new services launched, making the landscape even more competitive. And while COVID-19 certainly increased audiences' interest in streaming services, the trend is likely only going to continue, maybe permanently.
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You may have heard of a 10 second video by Beeple that sold for $6.6 million in early 2021. It's an example of a new digital investment craze that has exploded over the past year called NFTs. Every day another company or celebrity announces their foray into the space, continuing to build that buzz.
But what is an NFT and what makes these assets so valuable? On this installment from our "dot.LA Explains" series, host Kelly O'Grady runs through what you need to know about NFT.
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Work has changed quite a bit in the past year. COVID-19 introduced a very large segment of employees in the U.S. to working remotely and challenged long-standing assumptions about what a company needs to be productive. As lockdowns lift and the world begins to return to a new normal, some aspects of how we work are likely to change for good.
In this installment of our "dot.LA Explains" series, host Kelly O'Grady dives into some key trends to watch in the coming months, including remote work, new technology, changing demographics, gig work and a new focus on wellness.
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