E47: Media literacy and our financial lives
Defining “financial literacy” in the 21st century means looking beyond basic math comprehension - it requires an understanding of other intersecting literacies like tech and media. In this week’s episode, we cover 3 key traits of the US media industry and what implications it has for your financial life.
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