Vanity Fair's Joe Pompeo joins the MediaShift Podcast to look back on the biggest stories of 2017.

In the news this week, net neutrality rules were overturned by the FCC, but many states and consumer groups are weighing lawsuits to stop the changes. Can they succeed in the new year? And a big story of the year has been #MeToo, with sexual harassment charges against prominent men in media, tech and beyond. Sadly, harassment has led to many women leaving the media business entirely. And as cord cutting has gained critical mass this year, pay TV companies are finally planning to crack down on people sharing passwords and logins. Our Collaboration of the Week, presented by Airtable, is “Small Towns, Big Change,” with in-depth coverage of local topics in the Mountain West. Our Metrics of the Year are Loyalty and Impact, and we’re joined by Vanity Fair’s Joe Pompeo to go over the big media stories of the year.

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