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Instagram and Snapchat Are the New TV: Sports Superagent Casey Wasserman at Code/Media

Full video of the Wasserman CEO's perspective on how running a talent agency has been changed by the Internet.

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Casey Wasserman, the CEO of creative and talent agency Wasserman, spoke with CNBC’s Julia Boorstin at Code/Media about how sports marketing and TV rights will be affected by changing trends in television distribution, consumption and advertising.

Plus: Can social media storytelling platforms like Snapchat stories and Twitter Moments compete with traditional experiences? And why don’t we know anything about the people who attend live sports?

(Note: Wasserman is a board member of Vox Media, which owns this website.)

You can see the entire interview here:

And here’s an audio version:

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