5 Questions: “The entire nation has erupted and awoke when it comes to politics and wanting more information about anything that they consume or use their money on,” Emmerich says
Last year had its ups and downs for the female-focused digital media company Refinery29. But after two rounds of layoffs at a time when digital publishers across the board were struggling, the company is looking to bounce back with a renewed focus on mid- to long-form video content.
Helping lead this push is chief content officer Amy Emmerich, who has expanded the company’s video offerings across linear, film and digital platforms including. Her projects include a second season of “Shatterbox” with TNT, a short film series focused on spotlighting first-t...
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