'Media bosses have finally found something they can all agree on - Facebook'
Many editors now wish they had never got involved with the social network giant - but that could be about change, writes Colette Sexton
Personal and professional differences, combined with the highly competitive nature of the media sector, mean that quite often publishers don't always see eye to eye on everything.
This can be an issue for the industry, particularly when it comes to deciding what issues they should group together on for lobbying purposes.
I have had conversations with more than one newspaper editor over the past year in which they rue the day the media industry started...
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