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Lynch sucked into Pandora’s death spiral, leaves Sling TV teetering

Put yourself in Roger Lynch’s shoes and ask yourself why you would have left Sling TV, an OTT video service which may not be doing that well, but which is young enough to change, and instead joined Pandora, a dyed in the wool music streaming service who’s refusal to change its spots, led to Spotify overtaking it and leaving it in its dust. The answer will, of course, be money. Typically if you have an out of the box, free-thinker, who can get to the bottom of fresh internet based business model concepts, and inject enthusiasm into them among his team, you tempt him with iron-clad performance promises. No matter that Sling TV is salvageable and that Pandora may not…

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