Business Tips: Why Didn't Someone Take Over Wine Library TV?

Business Tips: Why Didn't Someone Take Over Wine Library TV?

Awesome Tip: Why Didn't Someone Take Over Wine Library TV?

Q: Gary, when you left Wine Library to start Vaynermedia, was it a conscious decision not to have someone take over WLTV?

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4 Replies to “Business Tips: Why Didn't Someone Take Over Wine Library TV?”

  1. I started my own wine tasting series, reviewing wines in video on YouTube, somewhat inspired by WLTV, although not as good for sure! No one will ever be as good as Gary 😉
    It would have been a tough spot to take over. But now could be the time to get WLTV back to life, couldn't it?

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