NYU Professor Scott Galloway says that Los Angeles is about to become the 'land of the undead' as Amazon and other big tech take over the entertainment industry

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Scott Galloway, the bestselling author and well-known tech-industry pundit, is a professor of marketing at New York University's Stern School of Business.

The following is his recent blog post, republished with permission. It originally ran on his own blog, "No Mercy No Malice."

Galloway outlines how big tech is slowly creeping into controlling the entertainment industry through the streaming wars.

"What happened in retail, over the last decade, is about to happen in entertainment media. This juggernaut of an industry, with hundreds of billions in value and cultural influence like no other industry in the world, is being featurized as an accessory to sell batteries and toilet paper," he says.

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