Oxford Road Presents: The Divided States of Media
A marketing podcast from: Dan Granger
Creators: Dan Granger (Host) (edit)
Our nation uses the word “United” in its name. Yet every major issue affecting our lives finds us increasingly divided along political lines -- from economic and consumer considerations, to our business investment and cultural affiliations, to what makes us and the company we keep feel safe when we lay our heads down at night. While we all know intellectually that polarizing forces will continue to stoke these divides, it serves our collective interest in a prosperous future to find ways to unite, and settle for no less.
So, how do we adopt that mindset and transport it into practice -- commit to converse and not cancel? Building off the success from last season, join us weekly, as host Dan Granger, Founder and CEO of Oxford Road, and his guests from across the spectrum explore the principles of civil discourse and how to pair these with real action in business and in life at large to create change.
This show is dedicated to the notion of E Pluribus Unum - Out of Many, One. We believe that we can work through differences without deepening divides as we embark on the long road to national recovery.
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